The Local Sports
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boy reporting for i
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THTRSDAY, Al'Gl ST 2:, 1938
Edited By Marion T. Bridges
I 'ape 15
Seek Liahts For Athletic Field
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that i if the boy
50 CANDIDATES REPORT FOR FOOTBALL
, no nw
Coach Weatherby's iron
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, r,,t live up to tne ruies
,h, l.igimiing of the sea-
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tfi- now m'"u "l -
11 be put in his place.
i&r' 1... Manufacturers To Tackle Enka
For League's Top Ranking Game
After the Battle
of the game is
ports and that is
two coaches. If
(v suit: purpose
u nr. CV i'i '"V
.v; hfsiaes a
'b, featcd then it is not worth
"t;ne that if takes to put them in
Go Through Drills
Prospects For Winning Team
Indicated As Splendid Mater
ial Reports To Coaches
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The frt "l tne wct: mv
Oriinieiw went on recoru as i-i-r
the lighting of the athletic
.dnd are planning w Kn- "
soon as possiDie. it is
the lights will be ready
i. rn'w irnn vum
ime to Miit' iw fr m
t . I .. A .. L
It would be a goou ming 10 nave
Ural night games and in that way
he working people a cnance to
10V the game. nut mere is vine
awbaek in night games here, getting
neone to play. It is understood
t irot of the teams that play at
ht want mure of the proceeds, or a
p : tl 1
pi amount oi money man wuc
ht play during the day light hours.
the games here at night would
was many lans as some oi me
ames put on by some of the towns
arby, a larger purse could be of-
ed and Still come out on top or
little better. But that is neither
tre nor there. The lights will have
be put up before thinking of night
otball. : .
Barber Apple Men
Pick Saunook Owls
The apple-pickers of Barber's Or
ard downed the Saunook Owls last
aturday on the Hazelwood field. 7
4, in a hard fought game.
Caldwell and Barber led in the hit
's for the winners, while Mull and
nut took similar honors for Allen's
Batteries for Barber's Orchard were
"tin and Barber, while Allen's
eek supported Browning and Cog-
The Waynesville .Mountaineers
started their football practice Tues
day afternoon with approximately
fifty boys reporting for the first prac
tice of the season.
Coaches Weatherby and Ratclift' put
the boys through a light drill, com
posed of exercise and timing practice
of punting and passing. The squad
was composed of several regulars
from last year and quite a few new
candidates who will likely be in ac
tion in most of the games.
Due to several of the regulars as
well as some of the prospective new
members working at public works
this week, they were not present at
the opening drill.
Both Coaches Weatherby and Rat
cliff ar optimistic concerning this
TOO MUCH FOR THE
New Tiger Manager
7) Allen's Creek (4)
2B B. Milner
3B J. Milner
CP C. Pruitt
Dorr Suffer ,
Hm Fever or
Mfc?" "ll' trying a doctor's treet
bZh? i yl"ltM of ithr hay ferer or
nhef in thou jinds of ctes.
hxrin. 1 ? ,sk us bout Dr- Fugue
Zto ,S - nrco'i" or habit forming
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
The Hazelwood Independents lost
a hard fought game Saturday to Ches
terfield Mills at Asheville. The In
dependents held a lead of .'! to 0 until
the fourth inning. Then Chesterfield
Mills rallied. The final score of the
game was Earle Chesterfield Mills 7,
Independents 2. Leading batters, In
dependents, Casada, two singles, Car
roll Truitt double and single, Clint
Truitt two singles, Buddy Robinson
one double, and Bronson Robinson a
double. Earle Chesterfield Mills, E.
Farlow two singles.
Independents Pos AB R
Gordon Wyatt IB 4 1
Casada SS 4 0
Buddy Robinson 2B 4 0
Carroll Truitt C 4 0
Wright 3B 4 0
Bronson Robinson LF 4 1
Davis RF 2 1
Clint Truitt CF 2
Lance P .' 0
ToUl 32 5
Chesterfield Mills Pos AB R
Matthews CF 5 1
Morgan .'IB 4 1
Farlow 211 4 0
Sprouse IB 4 1
Robinson C 4 0
E. Farlow SS 4 2
Jones RF 1
Bishop LF 4 1
Medcalfe P 4 0
Total 37 7
N - 'r
'I ho Hazelwood Manufaetuivrs, af
tti winning two games last week, will
go to Kiik.i in a return game, Satur-
I lie l'.iika tram .rave the Ha-
a hiking ,,, ,u (il.s.
-eeond hall, and the
aie out lor a win
second half the Man-
only lost two irames.
If they nutn-
I s otnl boys
gitllll- it tin
So far in the
I utaetui ers have
I one of them to Enka.
age to take the game Saturday it will
j put them closer to the top Hmj KOHj
Chaiief to win tho second half of the
I Industrial league sciies.
-Monteith has boon pitching good
ib.ill since hejome.! the .Manufacturers
in the second half, and it is expected
that he will start the game Saturday
with Putnam and Byrd ready to give
loin any assistance that he
on the mound.
Most fUdden shock of the season
for the baseball world was when
Del Baker, above, was appointed
manager of the Detroit Tigers, re
placing Mickey Cochrane who
may go to the Boston Red Sox as
By Onslaught Of
Winning Streak At
Hazelwood Downed Macon Team
y to 2 liefore Large Sunday
Maiuitacturfis iourncved lo
Franklin on Sunday and downed the
Franklin nine by a score of U to 2,
in the first Sunday game thut the
Manufacturers have played.
The Franklin game was not a reg
ular schedule game and was played as
an "in-between-game." The Sunday
games have been going over with a
bang in Franklin with large crowds
Inman led the day in hitting hon
ors managing to get four hits out of
five trips to the plate, two doubles
and two singles. Patillo led the
Franklin team with two for four.
Byrd pitched good ball up until the
fifth inning, allowing only three hits.
(when he was relieved hv . PiKnnni.
Monteith Pitched Air-Tieht Hall. ," f"uthPw f" the Hazelwood team.
Iunrig irie course oi the game f rank
Armstrong getting aid
Eighteen stitches were required
to repair damage Inflicted on
Henry Armstrong's face by Lou
Ambers although Armstrong won
the bout and his third world box
tag title. The Herkimer Kid
ttaged a gallant battle and re
peatedly scored with telling up-percuts.
C. Of C. Board
In Behind Plan
To Light Field
Possibility Of Lights Ik'ing In
stalled In Time For Night
WITH I OTHER
BRAND OF BEER.
WBE THE JUDGE.
Ill TDUfl OWM TASTE DiQDE.
MAPLE LOGS, Hard and Soft.
Aso Birch, bass, Ash, Cherry, Walnut,
Butternut and Bellwood.
Deuvered to our mill at lake junaluska
For Price and Specifications Call
H. L. Liner
Allowing But Eight Hits
The Hazelwood Manufacturers wal
loped the Biltmore team, B to 1, on
Biltmore's diamond last Saturday to
add another step toward the top in the
Industrial league, with Monteith
pitching an eight-hit game out of
thirty-one possible chances.
The Hazelwood team clicked
throughout the game, making only 2
errors and gathering eleven hits.
Glenn and Gene Wyatt together with
Inman chalked up two hits apiece
with Wilson getting three hits out
of four trips to the plate for Biltmore.
Pos All K
Decoration day will be held at
Crabtree Chapel Saturday, August
27. Everybody is invited to come and
bring lunch, and flowers.
I 'if in it i- plans are being formu
la ted to light the athletic field at the
high school -with a possibility that
l he project will be completed this fall
in time lor night football
The boa id of directors of the Cham
ber of Commerce in session Monday
evening discussed the matter at
length, and President Ralph Prevost
is to name a committee within a day
or two to work with school authorities
in getting work underway.
The directors expressed themselves
freely on the matter, and felt that
ihe lights should he installed before
the football season.
Several individuals in the communi
ty have ottered to donate something
to the material necessary for the light
ing, and others have pledged work
men. M. H. Bowles said that a tentative
estimate of installing the lights had
been made sometime ago, and was
about $7.ri(). With some material and
labor donated, it is believed the work
can be done for a much smaller cash
The group went into the matter of
having organzied solt ball teams next
spring and summer. It was pointed
out that Sylva and Canton often draw
crowds from one thousand to fif
teen hundred to the games.
Several business men at Monday
night's meeting were of the opinion
that at least eight teams could be
organized in this community for all
season playing, and perhaps some
While there are many details to bi
worked out, it is believed that the
project will be pushed rapidly.
lin was allowed only six hits against
the Manufacturers fifteen.
Hazelwood I,s AB R H E
Glenn Wyatt 2H 5 2
Blalock CK 5 2 1
Casada lit ,11 11
Fisher ,'( 5 i
Truett LF 5 11
Smith C 5 2 1
Inman SS 6 4 1
Robinson RF 5 1 1
Byrd p . l
Putnam P 2 1
Leading hitter, Inman, 4 for 5.
Two double and two singles. Putnam
relieved Byrd in the fifth.
Byrd allowed only three hits until
the fifth. Smith. played a great game
behind the bat.
Pos Alt R II
Leading hitter, J. Wilson, 3 for four.
four. Genu Wyatt,
Pos AB R
2 for four.
thir inning did not bat
Leading hitter, Pattjllo 2 for four
Z batted for Russell in ninth.
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You'll find Red Rock Cola ice cold
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HERE ON SATURDAY
The Hazelwood Independents will
play the Leicester nine on the Hazel
wood diamond this coming Saturday
with a good game in prospect.
The Independents lost their game
to Earl Chesterfield Mills in Asheville
last week and are out to win the game
This week they will pitch a new
Sal va Not Dtept
. : curat ...
in 7 day and relieve!
Headache, 30 minute
Try "MUB-MY-TISM" World'! Bt LIrWment
Tough Enough For
The Saunook Owls put the skids i
under the Tannery Leathernecks last
Friday, with John Owens pitching nor I
hit ball for the first five innings of!
the game. Other pitchers used by the !
winners, were Saunders and Corbin, I
with Rhinehart and Stephens getting I
three hits in four trips to the plate, j
Swanger, Gaddis and Henry twirled
for the Tanners, to Scmggs, with i
Swanger getting 2 for four hits. 1
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Sunday attjended the Mossy Creek
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has been held for the past 107 years.
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