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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Sylva Takes Top
Honors In Cage
Meet Held Here
Sylva'a All Stars, displaying: a
consistently good brand of basket
ball, inarched to tho championship
of the Hazelwood-Waynesyille
athletic association's Gold Medal
basketball tournament for men
with a 32-23 verdict over Clyde
in the finals Saturday night
Bethel capture third, place
honors with a 44-33 verdict over
the Hazelwood quint.
In the semi-finals Friday night
Sylva trounced Bethel, 67 to 39, and
Clyde barely nosed out Hazelwood,
23 to 22.
Results of the opening round of
elimination games played Thurs
day night in the eight-team meet
were: Clyde defeated the Boosters
41 to 28, Hazelwood disposed of
Cullowhee 32 to 21, Sylva turned
back the Shooting Stars 49 to 38
and Bethel walloped Champion
Paper 69 to 26.
The finals line-ups:
Pos Bethel (44) Hazelwood (33)
F M. Rogers (19) Whisenhunt (2)
F J. Rogers (18) ...... ...Boone (8)
C Rigdon (8) .... ... -Plott (12)
G R. Rogers (6) Graham (4)
G Hyatt (2) ......... Holt (3)
Subs: Hazelwood, Green (4).
Pos Sylva (32) Clyde (23)
F Cowan (8) Leatherwood
F Watson (9) Rathbone (4)
C Brown (8) .Morgan (11)
G Green (2) Jolly (8)
G Fulbright (6) Smathers
FORD STRIKE SETTLED
A plan was agreed upon in 90
minutes on Wednesday, which call
ed for a settlement of the strike
in the River Rouge plant of Ford
.Motor Company. Order was re
stored and pickets withdrawn im
mediately. A mediator of the gov
ernment was said to have been in-
atramental in bringing about satis
factory terms of the agreement,
after Ford officials had asked Presi
dent Roosevelt for help, in that
"Communist leaders were actively
directing the lawlessness."
NEEDS WELDERS NOW
National DtfenM calls or akIUid am.
Thousand of electric and acctrltn inlders
ceded in ahlpyarda and airplane factorial
with pa? op to ll.oo per boor. We win
train yon hi 8 to 10 weeks. Day and nlffht
""a, i"ree employment tarries. Nantes
of our graduates now eueceeafullj employed
sen be tarnished. Most modern ly equipped
sohool ia south. Enroll today. Easy terms.
W. MARKET ST. A8HEVILLE. N. Cj
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J. D. HYATT
The Press Scimitar said recently
it learned from an authoritative
source that Lou Chiozza. New
York Giants third baseman, had
been sent to the MemDhis Chicks
of the Southern Asociation.
The hottest hitter among the
New York Yankees at present is
young Phil Rizzuto, who has made
at least one safety in 12 consecu
Connie Mack has sold Bill Nagel
to the Phillies for $7,600. The
manager of the Athletics said he
Opening Next Week
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NEXT TO WESTERN UNION
did not know whether. Doc Proth-
ro of the Phils planned to use
Nagel in the infield or outfield.
The Chicago Cubs, leading the
White Sox, 3-2, in their spring
"city series," seek their 10th vic
tory in the last 13 exhibition games
against the Sox.
Connie Mack plans to alter the
Philadelphia Athletics" training
schedule drastically next year. In
stead of bookinsr arames nearlv
every day. Connie horjes to restrict
playing dates mostly to week-ends,
wnn occasional mid-week games.
Five years asro onlv 23 men
reported for football at the Uni
versity of Louisville. . . The other
day 20 came out for the backfield
Paul Runyan, White Plains, N.
Y., two-time P. G. A. champion,
sunered a shoulder contusion in an
atltnmoHila npnirlont Urtnlmr 1
The nation's college baskeball
coaches, in almost nerfWt imn.
ment that courts and playing equip
ment be standardized, have manar.
ed to get together on one rule
change they consider desirahrn.
They voted to recommend to the
national rules committee that the
three-second rule be eliminated.
Under present rules, a player is
allowed to reUin the ball in
front of the foul line only three
James Reed, Princeton Uni
versity coach, has been elected
president of the American College
Wrestling Coaches Association.
Reed succeeds L. H. Kinney, of
the University of Illinois.
Samuel Fosrel. of TemOle Uni
versity, piled up a totel of 1,277
point to gain the Eastern inter
collegiate Gymnastic Leas-tie's all
round championship in individual
competition at Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology.
Scoring 65 points in 21 matches,
iNoroert sterie, ol Eveleth, Minn.
Center of Tllinnia' tnVntt foam so.
tablished at Big Tenand a national
couegiate hockey scoring record.
Sterle accounted for 28 goals and
37 assists in ninnino- nn thin m-nn)
Pauline Betz. Rollins Colleire stu
dent from Los Angeles, has made
every final bracket in the women's
national indoor tennis champion
ship at Longwood Covered Courts
It looks like Carl Hnhholl al
most readV to e thA h&nriwi-1Mno
oh the wall. In fonr exhibition
sramea he has nitehed aixten fa.
nings given seventeen hits and
KXOriiS II KIKE
NE WS BRIEFS
From All Orer The World
CHILDREN'S HOME GETS $100,-
WINSTON-SALEM Cifts to the
Methodist Children's Home here of
property valued at more than $100,
000 from the T. F. Wrenn estate
was announced this week by O. V.
Woolsey, superintendent. A por
tion of the money will be used to
construct the T. F. Wrenn Memo
rial Build, a dormitory for boys
and remainder will go into an en
dowment fund. '
After White House Conference
1500 PLANES MONTHLY
WASHINGTON Predicting U.
S. plane makers by the middle of
summer will be turning out 1,600
planes monthly, C1 John H. Jouett,
president of the Aeronautical
Chamber of Commerce, declared
the aviation industry is expanding
rapidly enough to meet the de
mands of both this country and
At the same time the Chamber
announced that East and West
Coast plants are hiring 5,195 work
ers weekly, compared to 1,591 a
Administration leaders called to the Whit House for a conference
with the President on future legislation pertaining to the lease-lend
bill are shown after their parley. Left to right are Rep. Sam Raybura,
speaker of the House, Vice President Henry Wallace and Senator
Alben W. Barkley, majority leader of the senate.
PRESIDENT ISSUES ORDERS
Roosevelt has returned to the White
House after a ten-day fishing trip
in Southern waters. With data
supplied by Harry L Hopkins and
Major Gen. James H. Burns, the
President immediately began allo
cating American military supplies
among American armed forces,
Great Britain, Greece and other
democracies resisting the Axis
Canton Will Vote
On School Issue
Sometime In Fall
SOMETHING WORTH WHILE
By Mm. Anna D. Burnette.
Sometimes I sit in the twilight,
And think of the days gone by,
And wonder where are all the
friends and school mates
Sometime this fall, voters of the And 1 bow m head 8nd sih'
Canton charter school district will . ... , . - .
AiAc. .r o in ,v,fKo. i, And then the thought comes to me,
wnt .r. .,tnH.H 'a-Li .ta, We must try to do Our best,
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READING THESE ADS
want an extended
which would mean an
levy of taxes. Decision to hold
the election in the fall was announ
ced by A. J. Hutchins, superinten
dent of the Canton school system.
In explaining reasons for post
poning the election until fall, he
The act, presented to the recent
General Assembly for the purpose
of clarifying the matter of calling
an election and levying and col
lection of taxes in the Canton Spe
cial Charter District was not pass
ed until a very short while before
the close of the General Assembly.
This left the school board insuf
ficient time to call and hold an
election on the extended term in the
Canton schools before the general
town election, The law provides
that the elections must be held on
dates at least thirty days apart.
Because of this fact, the Canton
school board deemed it wise to post
pone the calling of an election to
vote On the extended school term
in the Canton charter district until
early in the fall of 1941.
"Furthermore, the fact that the
State Legislature passed an act
providing for the twelfth grade
without any explanation of Just
where this grade would be placed,
left many school patrons in con
fusion about what the act would
do for the schools. This confus-
Bion seems to make wise postpone
ment of the election.
additional i" c"r "e" na "I'p,ea
nit; bica. anu an iim resu
The spring has come to greet us
The birds are flitting by,
The flowers are raising their faces.
To the sunlight and blue sky.
The children are planning for East-
One will say what would you want
The others will cry out gladly
Why! An Easter besket I'm sure.
I can look on the beautiful moun
The pine and the evergreen
And here are the beautiful maples,
The prettiest you have ever seen.
When we think of summer coming
We grow happier every day,
We have some thing good to look
And not always a rainy day.
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I must hasten to the garden
Where the vegetables and flowers
' grow. -.
For if we spend an idle minute
The weeds will grow you know.
James Roosevelt To )
Wed By Priest, RepJ
BOSTON The Boston
a copyrighted story said i
that James Roosevelt, elde
the President, and Miss;
Schneider, his nurse, woul
ried by a Roman Catho
shortly after Easter. I
The Post said the wej
have taken place this
Miami. Fla.. but tVii.
abandoned because of the j
the bride-to-be to the ten
faith, which does not l
weddings during . . . Lej
The Post said vouno n
friends believed the wpHrii
be held in Los Angeles, Q
Roosevelt, the Post gai
learned, "has been takini
tion quietly in the Roma(
TEACHERS TO Ml
The 57th annual con
the North Carolina Educs
ciation opens in Ashevilk
with an expected atteij
Prominent speakers a?
program lor tne tnree-d
A man who leads
liable to get through twi
OYSTER AND CHICK!
PER Saturday night
Eastern Star benefit.
plate. Delicious food
When it comes to history, the
average school kid is willing to let
bygones be bygones.
WA fACT BAfKfTBALL
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In Colorado they found a still
under a barber shop. It seems that
a policeman was "next."
Eyes Examined For Appo
Glasses Fitted Telephom
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125 Main Street Wells Bldg. ; Cantoi
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TWO OTHER BIG VALUES
A $1.49 Shoe
A $1.79 Shoe
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