ORTS PAGE Of The Waynesville Mountaineer Tuesday, December 21, 1948
dlil'e law enforce
in will lie held in
Jioiie at 1 1 o'clock
i those who desire
I applv for a po-i-jrth
Joiiii)ii"ion as Dis-
!Fi h Protector in
; George Jarrett.
f eligible fur parti
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1); iiit -til ill ly and
intt-res.t in and
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Jicir oryanialion ;
Sof 21 and 45 years;
tn devote full time
'to enloi'ce law im
tl : and ability to
y a physical exam
1 I Faces
D1 five will be mil
Bi'ly season defeat
Ilic Crabtree caK
plil when they tail
ors on the Wnynes
Tlie game will !!et
?ason Ihe Crabtree
dd'cal. Since thai
i - have improved
,h Ihe addition of
le team handed the
;ers a (if) to 41! lick-
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h. li'ce 12
"il. Canton 23.
"ore 5(i, WCTC
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1949 AAA ORDERS
tiland Supply Co.
13 At The Depot
STENGELSn a" SHOTlS(S)Wte SaT' JOHNNY SAIN 3vh?Ut V JUf JoTT"
--SfefZ .ZSSQA- .-J 1 AVAo;y-g.y Of TH6 VKA Tap wwoiuf
Win Over Lions
Week lil.'.li'll i;iv in the
i'l' l eu I'm I .eaeiie found
u. 1 i.ikiinj llnec stiiiii'lil
: aim 1 1 oin I lie 1 .ion-, lo leal lire
Hi. mi il ii.lliiii;. In Ihe other
niat.h. ., W.ud lopped Dadou No.
2 b 2 In 1 iind the ';i ncsville
I'.uw Inn' I , liter look two out ol
lh i.-e ii.iui 1 1 if A. C. l.iiwrcnce
( III olel '-.
'I lie I . 1 1 I ill "-, of Ihi' lca;;ue le
in.'.i ne.l I In- ' anie wil Ii I he excep
I ion ol I l.e tun No. 1 . which moved
lulu a third place tie with the
( el ul. r
War. I. look liinh series honors
lui Ihe ue.k villi ii sel of 27(14 and
I he W a" in die How linu Cenlci'
h e.iiiie vulh .a !7H Wind-,
. olid li.pll.il- v llll ii ill,;.
In Hie individual sell.'-, Jim
I a. l-clt ul W ards took hii'h hon
v. n h a : pm h 1 1 1 1 u; (idli sel and
o 1 1 1 1 1 1 i.'aiiie wilh a 231, which
null one pin he low I lie league
lord Iti.ickell ids.) had a 215
L'.une ct liU'li was a 214 by
"Spider" Miillonl of Wards and
a 213 eaine by Khner Dudley of
Ihe Culsi.le k'i.in. Olher lile.h
, I'.iiiie, included l II. Slrelcher and
! ('. Minell ol Ihe W HC team Willi
"07 ..lid 202. I e.speet ivcly.
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U It I '.
( ul ule
, Da- lull 1
i l).e lull 2
W L 1,. Pet.
21 6 .771!
1 5 12 . aViti
13 14 .4H1
13 14 .4111
10 17 .37(1
!) IS .333
Of County Meet
At YMCA Dec. 21
The Champion YMCA Checker
chili lias -in ceded in their efforts
In i.ide Tunuiiie Wl-well. clieek
ei . han. p. .ui, I.i return to Canton
Im uii,, Ihi i . sllihilinn
Mi i well will appear at the
( li..u,,i.,i YMCA Tuesday, Dec. 21
and will lake on all comers, play-
im; I ... nl; live or more at one I
time, lie uill play Champion's b.-sl
while blindfolded. The following
local phnei - uill lie on hand to
phe aeaiu I Mr Wisnell; M. W;ir
i. n. Sic M. Klralh. Jim Hardin. W.
. William--. I. iicd Hardin. Jeter
M.-ii tin K. Ilv Will. I'iHil Wheeler.
A M tail hrollier and Charley
I'lavei"- from Ashcvilli'. Waynes-
mII. Clde .-in. I other .sections of
V. "l. in . ii III Carolina will be
,. eleomed h Ihe Checker club.
Tin-- e i ul Hill he rlai'.ed in the
" Y " C;. m ami l!ie-s will be set
uii lor lenl live players al each
-illiii!'. The public is invited to
Close Win Over
Cats 'B' Team
The Asheville - Biltmnre quintet,
-paiked h .lack Brinkley and Ren
in Ih Hud. en. banded the Western
Carolina "It" team a 56 to 49 de
teal Thuisday niRlit.
The tron? Bulldogs had to go
all out to turn back the baby Cats.
The game was close throughout
vdlh the Bulldogs leading 27 to 22
dt the half.
Brinkley and Rudeen hit the
loop for Ifi points each for the
Bulldogs while Pardue tossed in
,15 for Western Carolina. Pardue
performed brilliantly and was con
cluded as the outstanding player of
WCTC "B" A-B
F Rhodes (9) Brinkley (16)
F Williamson (7i Petillo (8
C Pardue d5l Israel (10)
G FoEter '2 Rudeen (16)
G Martin (8) Dale (2)
Subs: WCTC Ethridge, Sluder,
Scruggs .6), Tilley, Norton: A-B
Carter .21, Colegarakis, Leeson,
Thompson i2i Bunn.
Until the 19th Century, nine out
of 10 persons in America spent all
their working lives producing and
marketing food. , -r
Boston Braves UrdJtf PUSCC TEt W""L'l & SH stam
Job-Hunting Days Over
For New Chisox Chief
By FRANK 1CK
AH NcN..leaU.I .", Spoi ls Kdilor
MAV YOHK Some people ..in
chance a tune o i rnhilil . Take
Jack On-low for instance. Two
years ai;o he was looking for a
job iiround World Series heatlqiiar
ters in Hoston.
Onslow didn't even have a ticket
for (he Series between the Ited
Sox and ('animals. He had trouble
Heltinn nilo lied Sox press bcad
TIiIn fall It was (lilTi renl. Just
before the I!I1S Series started
between the Braves and (Teve
I.iiiiI Indians people were asU
iiiK (Insluu for a job. He had
just been appointed ni.iiiiii.cr of
the Cliicar.o Whil; Sox.
The former Detroit ami New
York (Hani cat. her next spi iin.'
yets his his I Hun.1, at inaiiat-'liiii; a
bit; league club at the ai;c ol !!!
lie rose to the top alter a two
year hitch in Ihe While Sox chain
In Ihe sprint; of 1047 be was a
While Sox scold and tatitied along
to Pasadena, Calif , lor sprint-'
training. A few wetk-- lalei he
was named nianat-'cr ol the Water
loo, Iowa, Wlult'hawks in the Three
Soul hi i n
( liicksaw s
led the luh lo the title
spnny he iii.iii.'ii.'h.I the
( P.. h the While Sox
A-.'o. i.ilion team. The
line lied lecond
One of his slurs was Hugh
Mulcahy, the lornitr I'hlllie
pitcher who won 14 c.iines and
lost seven. Aniilb.r was (.rover
Rowers, yotniK uiilln Id. r who
hit .34(1. Both will Ik- Inoiii.lit
lip by the Sox next (.print;.
"Win n Mulcah' came In Mem
phis he app.ai.d lo have hid all
conlidenoc in hunell." -as Ons
low. "When the season was over
llui'Iuy (anie to me and ?aid:
'Jack. . 1 1 1 i . 1 the man rcponsihle
tor my omi ba. k.'
"There wa- nothing wront; with
Mull ..lis- arm win n he came
back lioin the .-rvice. Hut he was
1 1 1 1 1 1 . to pil ll -id. ai in md. ...1 of
his normal overhand delivery
When I saw Ibis I d slop Ihe f-'anic
and tell lliifh. v that he was
throw inr; - i.l. arni ne tead ol over-
THE RIGHT PITCH
ftASHSS WAT MAY
B A $ 7SOOO
. PUMOGED AtfOUMT
Of TME BO,VOS THE i
A Y YANKEES fP I
7i s&a Tzs youthful
N PTCHER tVMO WAS
k OUT- 32
'Jil. AMD Z I -V -,i--ff
boms I 7v?-' JfvirJCz
r' air hf Uii' i Vif 1 haJfca,- ijg, , MIBI M mi , iirW""
-; s -"
t ffi '&:
I JACK ONSI.OW
(iets Firot Fling
in going to make room for
Mulcahy.-1 want to give him
chance to get back in the big
leagues just as he helped me to
get back by winning in Mem
phis." Onslow, who began his organ
ized baseball career Ml (lie age pf
2o wlivn he reported lo Dallas
hark in 1909, plans an accent on
"This While Sox rlub we put on
the held next sprint! will bw a run
niiii; club, .miii can be firre of
The resident of West Acton,
Mass., served as a coach under
Bill McKiclmle wtth the Pirates
and Cardinals and was with
Bueky Harris in Washington. He
also coached for the Red Sox
and scouted for the Braves.
He has been with 18 different
teams in oii;anized ball.
Onslow realizes that be is sue
reeding one of baseball's nicer
coys in replacing Ted Lyons and
thai from what the Sox showed
during 1043 he has little to boast
However, the young fellows
and a veteran named Mulcahy
like the way be handles players.
By Alan Mover
Twin Bill With
The Canton High Black Bears
and Ihe llendersonville Bearcats
split a (ioubleheader Saturday
night on the llendersonville floor
with the Canton girls winning an
easy 38 to 19 verdict and the Bear
cat boys walloping the Canton
boys 51 to 28.
The Canton girls jumped into
an early lead and maintained it
throughout the game.
Sarah Fish with 19 points set the
pace for the Bearettes with Miss
Griffin adding 11. Miss Taylor wilh
seven points was high for Die llen
The llendersonville boys, after
leading ten lo nine in the first
quarter, nroved out in front by 22
to 12 at the half. Mot; raw, lanky
center of the Bearcats, started bil
ling the loop consistently and the
Bearcat lead was never threatened
in the last half.
McGraw with 17 and MrCullough
with IS points sparked the llender
sonville team while Moore came
fhrough with 11 for the Bears.
Canton (.18) llendersonville (19)
F Fish (19) Walker (2)
F Griffin (111 Smith
F Ford Price (3)
G Hardin Osteen
O Harvey Taylor (7)
G MeCreary Tweed
Subs: Canton Parharn, Brinks,
Cabe (2), Johnson, Crawford (2),
Queen, Brookshire i2), Duckworth;
llendersonville Johnson, Baker,
Heiidrix 16), McGraw, M. Johnson.
Canton 2K) llendersonville (51)
F Wells (61 Morgan 2)
F KinR (5) McCullough (15)
C Phillips (3) McGraw (171
G- Stiles (3) Burnette (4)
G Moore (11) Whit entire (9)
Subs: Canton Stroupe, Alexan
der, Puindexter; llendersonville
Orr (2), Kalin, Young, Dunlap.
Upset Win Over
Underwood's upset the league
leading Cily Electric five Wednes
day night in a Haywood County
league game on the Champion
YMCA floor. The score was 65 to
Underwood's jumped into an
early lead and led throughout the
game. They held a 28 to 16 ad
vantage al halftime and roared
back in the last half to increase
Harry Jaynes, the latest new
comer to the Underwood squad,
paced the locals from his center
spot by dropping in 24 markers
during the contest, Joe Cline and
"Pig" Troutnian tossed in 13 each
to aid the winners.
The win marked the fourth
straight triumph for Underwood's
arid the team seems to be in high
gear now after a slow start.
CANDIDATE COMES CLEAN
BISMARCK, N. D ( U P.) Usher
L. Burdick, North Dakota congressman-elect,
believes in telling the
vhole story when he files his cam
paign expense account. The state
ment Burdick filed with Secretary
of State Thomas Hall included $115
for a new suit and $27 for shoes
GIVE yourself a Christmas
present the gift of oppor
tunity. Holiday time is a
good time to get set for the
future in a real career with
the new U. S. Army and
U. S. Air Force. Active life.
Exciting work. Investigate
now. Call at Post Office
Bldg., Asheville, N. C. Tech
nical training. Free retire
ment plan. Security for the
Mountaineer Gage Teams
Are idle ;0nBl Jonnary 1 '.
The Waynesville Mountaineers
will not swing back into action un-1
til January 7th when they face
the Clyde cagesters in Waynesville
High gym. The Waynesville girls
boast of two straight victories at
the present while the Mountaineer
boys have one win and one loss.
The Waynesville girls got off to
a fast start in the 1948-49 season
when they topped the Crabtree
girls by 27 to 18 and then outclass
ed the Fines Creek girls by 32 to
The local girls have flashed a
smooth passing game and a couple
of crack shotmakers in Betty Shee
han and Margie Cogdill. Miss Shee
han has averaged 15 points a game
and Miss Cogdill is close behind
with a 12 point average. The
Waynesville team boasts of the best
guards in recent years In Peggy
Sheehan, Bess Francis and Miss
Farmer. The opposition has been
able to tally only 33 points in two
games and the Fines Creek team
could score just five points in the
last three quarters of the game
The Waynesville boys opened
their season with only four days
practice and almost came through
with an opening game win but the
Crabtree basketeers roared from
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Just about anything and everything for boys of a practical
and wearable nature.
SIZES TO 17 2ND FI.OOK
Wool Shirts - Sport Shirts - Pajamas
Dungarees And Overalls All Sizes
behind to hand the Mountaineers
last minute defeat by th narrow
margin of five points.- ' :
in th ooronri eame of the sea
son, the Mountaineers entered the
game as underdog sgamsi uie
strong Fines Creek team, which
was undefeated in five starts, 'the
Mountaineers grabbed an early
lead and scored at ease to wallop
the visitors by ,54 to 28. .
The Mountaineers 6howed one of
the smoothest passing games seen
here in years and also blessed with
plenty of height, the team controll
ed both backboards air through the
game. Bill Sutton, Mountaineer
center, Gene yarborough and P.uf
us Liner, guards, all over the six
foot mark, along wifh Tom Boyd
and Bob Davis have set the pace
on both offense and defense. Sut
ton Is the top scorer of the team
with an average of 14 points a
The teams are taking time out
for the Christmas holidays now but
will start tossing the ball into the
loop again the first week of Janu
ary and if the Mountaineers con
tinue the same pace that they have
started out at, , every indication
points toward one of the best sea
sons in the history of the school.
In all sizes from 6 to 20.
In all sizes from 6 to 13.