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jrioid&, Ammoou, July 4, 1949
The Pigeon River between Wood
row and Canton now is open to
name and Fish Protector C W
Ormand said the river was opened j
officially Friday for fishing I
It had been closed up till then'
after being designated a a spawn
Meanwhile, Mr 0;-n,ar.d met.
rated that sport MiieR in Hawc:-'
generally Imvt ben. irbserxiiii tr.t
Rap Home Runs
To Pace Locals
Palmer Upset In
The Hazelwood nine romped to
The Hsrerwood Juniors dropped an easy win over the Sylva Plow-
nard toueht id io m decision to j boys Sunday afternoon at Sy'va.
Canton Juniors Friday after- j jhe score was 1 1 to 6.
. i. at Canton Amnions went the route and kept
Aitr.ougn out-hitting the opposi-ji2 hits well scattered. Only three
of the runs scored against him
The local nine lumped into en
,ii at Ames
a!.k : Col-
who tua ht-ei; burr..
Still C.'i. !t i. t ' '
siiior : ht ' j m ' '
ed Frid rntxr.A:f
Tonim wi. S.V-4Mui.d Noire
Dame liiitnwi. upset Ur Medal
ist, 4 ana 3 in trie quarterfinal
Harvey Ward North Carolina ace
from Tartkiu howeer. skims ed
the quarteiliiiai b tuning in a
2 and 1 victory over Gardner
by Palmer in the Southern Con
ference toui nanieiit . and Went duwn
in the finals of the North and
South before Frank Stranachan
Tultdo, Ohio, strong boy. whom he
had defeated the year before
A wind-driven rain storm post-
Mim.sl tliu :i f I ui-m w in mi fi na 1 c
Ward and Veech. paired in thejjl"10'
semis, went two holes before call- I
1 1 1 K It (Uli.
tior. in the contest, the locals com
nattea ?eeral costly errors th3t
!ave Canton scoring opportunities
and they cashed in on the scoring
i The Haielwood team turned in a
! creditable performance considering
ihe fact that the team was only
Recently formed and was playing
its tirst game ot me season
The two teams will meet in a
return match here Tuesday after
noon at 2 p. m
early lead and was out front by
11 to 1 when Little Jack Amnions
eased up in the late innings and
Ben Dillard lashed a three-run
homer in the ninth to clese the
gap, but the rally was cut short.
Jack Cae rapped two home runs
and Ken Troutmsn cleared the left
field fence for the locals. Case's
homers came with men on base
Case, with two for four and
Troutnian and Yount, with two for
five, paced the local hitters. Mor
gan led Slyva with three for three
Enka 8, Martel 0.
Berkley 5, Beacon 0
Ecusta 9, Canton
Ward, the 1948 North and South
Amateur king, was defeated this
spring in the finals ol the North
and Soulh before Frank Strana
chan, Toledo. Ohio, trong boy,
whom lie had defeated the year
NCHSAA Opens Way
For Girls' Athletics
The North Carolina High School
Athletic Association has been open
ed to girls' athletics.
C. C. Poindexter. Canton High
School athletic director and mem
ber of the Association's executive
body, says Western North Caro
lina school officials interested in
having their girls' athletics enter
ed under NCHSAA supervision may
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Here's baseball's diamond nine-highest
pid player at each position. Salaries estimated-
NCHSAA Rulings Do Hoi
Affect Paper Bowl Game
SrrUI In Til.' MiniMalm-n
CANTON Contrary to Ihe im
pression left by recent press re
leases, Canton's annual Paper Bowl
football classic will not be affected
by rulings made by the Executive
Board of the North Carolina High
School Athletic Association at their
Widely published news stories
have stated that the board ruled
that any player appearing irr a post
ssasoa football game would be in
eligible for further high school
competition. Which Is true inso
far as it goes, but the releases fail
ed to say that the ruling was direct
ed only at "all-star" and "wildcat"
The ruling does not apply to
post-season games, between high
school teams, that are sanctioned
by recognized conferences or by the
Authority for this interpretation
is C. C. Poindexter, WNC member
of the NCHSAA executive board,
who personally contacted L. J
Perry, executive secretary of the
board, before releasing this in
terpretation. Upon the strength of this the
Canton Y's Men' GtUb, f infttors
and sponsors of the Paper Bowl,
are going ahead with plans for
their annual grid classic at Black
Bear Memorial Statlum here on
Wednesday, Nov. 30th. The cham
pions of the Blue Ridge Conference
will again be host team, matched
against a team of comparable
strength, probably from the West
U lhl " hob iuiott
Fast Game lrtiA-! "
To Get Underway
At 3 o'clock Gam
The Hazelwood nine will
" -i"-ii inji, aiieiii.j
J n m u.hon lh
' " " ""en uicj laiiRie Vt i tj
Curiln. Di, 1. "
wc aiiivii ecuua nete in
sUjnual Fourth of July game
in tne past years, the twu
mi l iulr n,r-u lr-
nii uwiiii ncie uo ine ruuitl
and the locals will return the t jiilt'
on Labor Pay to help roiu.d Jut
the celebration at Canton.
The two teams are very , w ni
matched this year and each iiC,i,j.
one decision in the two loop iuk
played so far this season.
The Pigeons are managed b
genial Charlie Poindexter, who i'
no stranger to local fans, and lu,u.
shown great improvement reccniK
The team is composed of verv calla
ble ball players and a top notch
tilt is anticipated Monday.
Although his choice is indefinite,
Skipper Elmer Dudley will n,,.
either Jim Cunningham ui Jiin
Kuykendall on the mound against
t -i.toi, . g.
1 Jiiiui. fj.
Mat i. l0Up
t "at li (Jill
1 1 Il leann
Red Cross To Start Life-Saving
Courses Tomorrow At Canton
20 Holstein Heifers to freshen in 6 to 8 weeks. These are large,
Wisconsin Heifers. Average weight about 1100 lbs. They are
from a credited herd with large Production Average. Some
of these animals will produce 9000 lbs. of milk during their
first lactation period. These animals are guaranteed to pass
T. B. and Bang tests, also guaranteed to be with calf. Price
$340.00 to $375.00.
An American Red Cross life
saving course will open at 9 a. m.
tomorrow at Canton's new swim
Woody Robertson will conduct
the 18 hour course which will run
three hours a day from 9 a. m. to
12 noon, for Western North Caro
Boys and girls from the age of
12 to 15 may take the Junior Red
Cross course, while Ihe senior in
struction will be open to those
from 16 year-, ot aKe and over.
These valuable courses-teach the
latest methods for saving swim
mers and non-KW inimers who be
come endangered in the water.
They also include instruction in
first aid procedures given to re
Lifeguards at the pool, in the
city's new Memorial Recreation
Center, also give instruction every
Loop Tilt Postponed;
To Be Played As Twin
Bill Here August 20
The Hazelwood Industrial Lea
guers' scheduled trip to Old Fort
to battle the Clearwater Rayon
nine Saturday afternoon was
postponed and the game re-scheduled
for the Waynesville High dia
mond when the Clearwater team
comes here for Ihe final game of
the three-game series on August
The cancellation of the Saturday
tilt resulted from the Clearwater
plant's closing down for vacations
and the two managers agreed on
morning except Monday, to those
who want to learn to swim.
Sam Queen, Jr.
(fane fa OKet tee
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UNC Ace Third j
In National AAU
Bill Albans, the University til
North Carolina's one-man track
team, is the third best decathlon
man in the country.
Albans, who was a hop, skip, and
jump artist on the U. S. Olympic '.
team of 1948, won this recognition1!
last week in the Nationai AAUl
championships at Tulare, Calif.
Tulare's own Bob Mathias. the
Olympic decathlon champion, look
his second straight AAU title, j
Irving Mondschein, New York Uni
versity ace, finished second and
the Tar Heel star was right be
hind him in the gruelling compe
tition of ten events.
Floyd (Chunk) Simmons oil
Charlotte, former University ot
North Carolina track and fontliaii
star who finished thud in the
Olympics, placed fifth in t lie A A 1 1
Mathias scored 7,55fi points
Mondschein, 7,044; Albans, 6.715:
and Simmons, 6,483. Robert Ter-'
williger of the Illinois Athletic
Club, was fourth with 6581.
5 AUCTION SA
Friday; Jul; II
10:00 A. NL Lot 114' x 263' located on Main St
T-irtCMrillr nnvt n Print Office. The Old
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Hotel property subdivided or as a whole
ing will be sold separately.
11:00 A. M. Corner lot 110' x 100' located com
Street and Central Avenue. Unrestricted.
11:30 A. M. 79' business lot located on Depot
block from the bank.
2:00 P. M. 171' business lot. subdivided or as
cated on Haywood Street near Potts Motoi
4:00 P. M. 50 acres subdivided into tractslocd
n i. i :i i r Pnhber rlQIIi
vyieeK i wo miies ironi uuyw
BIG FA KM SALE
Saturday, July 9, 2:00 P-
300 acres subdivided into large and small tracts and
Located on the Piseon lliirhwav Nn 276 about 12 mil
miles from Canton. A Dart of thi SPRINGDALE SCHOOL
A Ci TMti Min.. . . . . 1 .. i 1 II C
nit, uiuii vallky PI,.CK. One K-room nou. t Hiiilding
and in excellent shape. Also, several cabins and other o
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tOB FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT L. N
Easy Terms - Cash Prizes - G"01
II Yon Hmi. PrnnertV To Sell See s
WALTER & GUBLEY AUCTI
Charlotte, N. C.
Or L. N. Dvi Co., W.ynMviHe,