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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Llve teams nave
, n av .tins j i
playing" 18 games.
schedule falls ior iw
... f0r four nights a week.
1 and Saturday nights
Ln left open for making op
ned games, au
ehe Teams In
jy For Action
ljor League nas
While Minor League
our; Will Play 18
L on Monday, May 19, the
pimes win bcb'"v,uvv
It of the teams have started
,e and a numuer w mo
are being fitted in new out-
i; the season.
teams that have signed with
ague IOI Hie ocooua, mv
Unagusta, Uiyae, x annery,
Lrrw. No. 1 and No. 2, iron
fcotary, Reliable Jewelers, and
league has the major and
league, with eight in the
Lions, Unagusta, Clyde,
ry, Rovle & Pilkington No. 1,
Irs Club, Reliable Jewelers,
minor league is composed of
Ltary Club", Royle & Pilking-
, 2, Iron Duff and Jonathan
complete schedule for the
Balfour Milk 3-0
Elementary Cage Champions
Play At Tryon
The Hazelwood Maunfacturers
will play their first game away
from home at Tryon Saturday.
Tryon shut out Sayles in her
game Saturday, 7-0, and Hazel
wood stopped Balfour, 2-0.
Other games to be played are:
Beacon at Ecusta.
Sayles at Balfour.
Canton at Enka.
W L Pet
Enka . ............3 0 1.000
Beacon 2 1 .667
Ecusta 2 1 .667
Champion "Y" .: 2 1 .667
HAZELWOOD .. ...1 2 .333
Sayles ., .........1 2 .333
Tryon.. 1 2 .333
Balfour .. 0 3 .000
-Hazelwood's Bob Putnam pitch
ed one-hit ball last Saturday at
Hazelwood to blank Balfour 3-0, in
a scheduled Industrial , League
Blalock's single in the seventh
inning was the lone Balfour safe
ty. Hazelwood had three errors
to Balfour's two. Balfour lost
her last game to Beacon Mills 21-7,
and Hazelwood lost to Ecusta
season is on the press and will be
ready for distribution by noon Fri
day, according to Paul Davis, sec
retary of the league.
Season tickets are being pre
pared for the 54 nights, and will go
on sale at an early date.
fj Main Street
C ON S V LT
DR. R. KING HARPE
Canton, N. C.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF , . .
also movie film in plain and technicolor.
(We also loan you a camera free for your outings)
Give our FOUNTAIN a trial . . .
We serve delicious sandwiches. And our
double rich malted milks are very, very tasty.
Opposite Post Office
Same Location as Former Corner Drug Store
Gordon Wyatt c
Glenn Wyatt 2b
Gene Wyatt lb
Hazelwood .. ...
Pos AB R H E
2b 4 0 0 1
cf 4 0 0 1
If 4 0 0 0
lb 4 0 0 0
ss 4 0 0 0
31) 3 0 1 0
c 3 0 0 0
p 3 0 0 0
rf 1 0 0 0
Pos AB R H E
5 i& - iff
l A h fur iM
......000 000 0000
...-100 200 OOx 3
Tryon Downs Sayles Nine, 7-0
Behind the five-hit pitching of
Ward, the Tryon nine blanked
Sayles Bleacheries at Tryon in an
Industrial League skirmish 7-0,
Sayles . . 000 000 000 0
Tryon ...200 000 23x 7
Capps," Finch and Cunningham;
Ward and Arledge.
This fine elementary basketball team recently' yvoii the champion
ship after defeating Hazelwood boys. Shown in the picture, first row,
left to right: Jack White, Lawrence Carver, Orin Franklin, Monroe
Franklin and R. L. Riddle. Second row, J. J, Boyd, conch, Howard
Sutton, Bruce Ramsey and Kldrige Riddle. Two members, of the team
Fred Sutton and Donald Moore were absent when the picture was nade.
Park Streams Open
To Fishermen On
May The 15th
Of interest to the sportsmen in
this section and also to the visitors
here are the large number of
streams that are to be opened to
the public for fishing in the park
The opening dates according to
G. C. Plott, county game and fish
warden are as follows: trout, May
16 to August 31, inclusive; rock
bass and small-mouthed bass. June
10 to August 31, inclusive. Fishing
is permitted only between the
hours of 6:00 a, m. and 7:30 p. m.
Eastern Standard time for the
North Carolina side of the park.
In the Tennessee streams the hours
are between 6:00 a. m. and 6:30
l. m.. Central Standard time.
The following streams in the
park urea located in Haywood coun
ty will be open; Big Creek, below
Gunter Fork, below McGinty Creek;
Catalooehee Creek, below Palmer
Creek; Rough Fork, below Horse
In Swain county the following
streams will be oonod: Oconaluftee
River, main stream below Bradley
Fork, left folk heloyv Kephart
prong. Straight Fork, below Bal
am Corner Creek, Raven Fork.,
below Cherokee Reservation, Brad
ley Fork, below Chasm Prong.
Deep Creek, below confluence of
right and left forks; Indian Creek,
below mouth of Little Jonas Creek;
Twenty Mile Creek, below Greer
Branch; Moore Spring Branch, be
low Dalton Branch,
Fishing is permitted only with
artificial lure with but one hook,
though two or more artificial flies
may be attached to the leader if
, The maximum catch in any
one day and the maximum number
in possession shall be 10 fish of
any or all species, except that the
limit for small-mouthed bass is
5 fish per day or in possession. All
fish of legal size must be retained
as part of the creel. All under
size fish not seriously injured must
be returned to the water.
Annually, American fur farms
produce 300,000 silver fox pelts,
while another 50,000 are imported...'
HUMAN BABIES BROUGHT
UP BY BABOONS
Reporting startling cases Which
prove that children can be reared
by wild animals. An unusual story
by an eminent anthropologist, in
the May 18th issue of
The American Weekly
the big ningazi"" dlVM'?"uU(' wit
"ih . y
Oil Salt At All SrfirsKtandti
Enka Rayonites Defeat Beacon
The Enka Rayonites scored a
7-4 Industrial League victory last
Saturday over Beacon Mills on
the hitter's field.
Campbell, Munday and McMahan
each obtained two hits to lead
IBnka at bat, while O. Martin paced
Beacon's 12-hit attack with four
Six Beacon errors contributed to
the team's downfall.
Enka . ......020 202 0107
Beacon 000 200 1011
Case and Munday; W. Patton
Champion "Y" Downs Ecusta Out
With Price and Troutman setting
the batting pace with three hits
in five trips, Champion "Y" staged
a couple of five-run sprees at
Canton last Saturday and swamped
the Ecusta Mill boys in an Indus
trial League game, 12-4.
Ecusta .... .200 010 010 4
Champion . ........000 250 05x 12
Whitaker and Whine; Ledford
University of Oregon has a one-j cently. He i
man track team. Here are some i Joe DiMaggu
results from a recent Washington- pulled his
Oregon dual meet, Won by the
High jump :' Won by Steers with
a new world's record of G feet 10
25-32 inches. Javelin throw; Won
by Steers, 19 feet 4 inches. 120
yard high hurdles; Tie for first
between Steers and Zenus Butler,
time -156 seconds. Shot-put:
Third place, Steers, 41 feet 7Vj
Cindei'path officials are going
modern. At the Coliseum Relays,
May 24, Los Angeles, the officials
are going to use a Camera-eye to
determine - the finish of the race.
Cameras have been used for larger
races but the films were never de
veloped until that night, these
films will be ready five minutes
after they are taken. So as "To
keep a young man from going to
sleep thinking he won first place
only to yvake up and find he got
Gerard Cote, of St. Hacintho,
Que., regarded as one of the great
est marathon runnel s in the world,
has been awarded the Norton II.
Crow-Memorial .'.Trophy for 1040.
10 Ford DeLuxe Sedan, one owner,
1 mileage, good rubber, t
f car is going at . . . . TOg) J
7 Chevrolet Town Sedan, good rub
1 Sood paint A-l t m
fdition, a ha rtrain of
1939 Chevrolet DeLuxe 4-Door Sedan,
this car is extra clean, low. mileage, good
tires and a bargain
1938 DeLuxe Ford 2-Door, heater, good
condition throughout C O O C
priced at only ..... 3CPJ
) Long Wheel Base Dodge l'z -Ton Truck, has new tires
going at the very low price of
All Cars Carry Lifetime Mutual Guarantee
D. A. RIDDLE; Sales Manager
Abe Simon has insured his hand
for .$25,000, is the first pug on rec
ord to do same. Abraham's taking
no chances on his dukes being put
out of commission before the (if
and when) Joe Louis encore comes.
now butting .250.
with two in four,
iverage to .375.
The fourth annual interscholas
tic golf tournament, was won by
Donald Dunkelberger, High Point.
He turned in a smashing for
the final round which, gave him a
21!) for the 54-hoIe competition...
-George Glamack, l!niversity of
North Caroliim's all-Anierican
basketball center, is turning in a
gool job as pitcher for oiu- of the
Tar Heel's '-intramural' Softball
teams, lie recently pitched in a
no-iiilter his second '-.feat: in the
past two yea rs.
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KANSAS CITY- Judge Leslie
L. George is fed up with his get up,
Ho fairly jumps from his chair
when he decides to rise.
The reason is that friction of his
clothing On his new leather chair
generates static electricity.
He says the sensation of getting
up is getting Iflm down.
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in of old
Cecil Travis, 27, who has been
one of the best hitters in the
American League for eight years
with the, Washington Senators
faced with the prospect of being
drafted into the army this month.
has set a sensational hitting pace
and now has batting average of
Charley Keller, Marylander,
went bitless in ten consecutive
times at bat until he sineled in
seventh inning in St. Louis re-
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UNDERWOOD SINCLAIR SERVICE
Spaulden Underwood, Prop. Waynesville, N.
PARKWAY SERVICE STATION
Stump & Coalson, Prop. Waynesville, N. C.
FULLER'S REPAIR SHOP
Factory & N. Main Sts. Waynesville, N. C.
NORMAN'S SERVICE STATION & GARAGE
Derry Norman, Prop. . Hazelwood, N. C.
THOMPSON MOTOR CO.
Canton, N. C.
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Canton, N. C.
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Canton, N. C.
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