THE SPORTS PAGE Of The Wavnesville Mountaineer Monday Afternoon, Augusi i.,,
H. B. Griffin Is Named Coach Of Clyde Carding
? ? ... TV-l? T^t- Haealt,,.. ,1
H. Brown GrifHn. of Hiendersc
vjllo, ha# keen named cogch of t
(Cpcfo tied Cardinal foot-ball Ira
it ?m announced this wtorning 1
I'm I y Finn mens, principal of tl
Coach CrifTln at the time of tJ
11miII?runt issued ? call for r
Clyde daslfaall players Co meet hi
at the Clyde gym Wednesday aWe
noon at 4 pan
Coach Griffin played professioi
al baseball at Clinton, was rear,
ational director at Craitston Prii
Works. Fletcher, and has taught I
the Dani High School.
He played baseball with the Bui
combe V.F.W. and served as mai
He played and managed the Her
dereon County all-star base ha
He it married and he agd Mr
Griffin have two daughters. Sara
4, and Elaine 2.
Don McLeod, coach at Clyde Co
(he past two years, resigned la;
spring and will be assistant coac
at Brevard this year, where he i
a member ?f the faculty.
I-toiis Hocrt About
Ed Storrie, of WW1T. was thi
speaker at the Lions Club heri
Thursday night. He told of tenta
tive plane for a national radu
show to originate here. The plar
is in the tentative stage, but en
< our aging aa detail* have beer
presented to actional hook-up of
The program was in charge ol
C. T. McCuiston, and the club hac
five viaitors. Ernest Edwards
president, was in charge.
Ibbmd Family Plans
Reunion August 21
An Inman family reunion will tx
held at Inman Chapel near lalu
Logan Sunday, August 21.
Bel^ives and frienda of the fam
ily an Invited to attend and bring
a picnic lunch.
ltuale and speaking will be fea
Mayfield To Build Bethel
Team Around Strong Line
1'? ? auIN k?aln
Coacn j;iiiu*s >i.ivm-iu win wi>u
> moulding the Bethel Blue Demons
into the 1965 edition of what ap
pears to be the strongest football
team Bethel has ever fielded.
I With almost the entire 4654 line
I reporting back for initial practice
J this afternoon. Coach Mayfleld will
build around the strong forward
wall an almost new backfield.
, Graduation wrecked the backfield
of Bethel last June, but some hard
working reserves which were fre
quently used last year by Coach
f'oiadeyter will be on hand to take
over the posts.
Coach May field, formerly assist
ant coaeh at Bothel until he went
to the Army for two yean, will be
assisted by Gariwtt Smathers, Who
lias held the post of assistant coach
for aoverai years.
Bethel opens their season with
Canton at Canton on September
Pvt. Noble Garrett, Jr.,
Drummer In Army Band
Ft. Campbell, Ky.?Pvt Noble
W. Garrett. Jr. has recently been
assigned to the famed 11th Air-;
borne Division Band. Pvt. Garrett
will serve as a drummer in both
marching and concert bands.
Pvt. Garrett took his basic train
ing at Camp Gordon and then at
Fort Jackson he took his second
eight. Here he will take his para
chutist training. After that he Will
travel with on operation Gyro
Iron Duff Homecoming j
Set Sunday, Aug. 21
The annual homecoming in the
Iron Duff community will be held
Sunday. August 21 at Davis Chap
el Church, starting at 10 a.m.
A picnic lunch will be served on
a safe shot, the gamble may not be
worth the risk. In deep rough it
often is wiser to chip out and play
the next shot to the green. Why
take a chance on getting into deep
er rough? AP Ncwsfeatures
By ED FT'RClOli
1954 U. H. Open Cham^on
The object of the ,game is to
[ keep yourself from needlessly
wasting strokes. Don't gamble. If
you care to keep your score down,
, it often is necessary to play safe
rather than take a foolish risk, if
. a dangerous shot brings you only a
few yards closer to the green than 1
m. 111 "
by ^ W Furgol's
Plays that count
Dazzy Vance Hit A Batter :
To Prevent Steal Of Home
I recall a play that happened
in a 1930 game between the Brook
lyn Dodgers end St. Louis Cardin
als. It was really a pitch but I like
to think of it ag a play.
Along about the sixth inning
with Earl (Sparky) Adams, the
St. Louis third baseman, on third
and Chick Hafey at bat I hit Hafey
to prevent a run from scoring.
Sparky ran up and down the
line while I was working on Hafey.
Then, figuring he wouldn't try to
steal home, I took my eye off him.
That was when old Sparky kept
I knew in the middle of my
motion that he had home stolen.
There was only one thing I could
do and that was to hit the batter
and force Adams back to third.
I bit Hafey In the back. But
Wild Bill Haliahan boat me. 1-0.
when I gave up a run in the tenth
MaJ:' ? ? "
75 Mountaineers To Begin
Season's Practice Today
This afternoon some va men are
expected to turn out for the initial
football practice for the Mountain
After a physical examination the
boys will begin with a running
drill for limbering up, Coach C. E.
The team will get down to steady
work tomorrow, in preparation for
the game with Sylva on Septem
Coach Weatherby expects the
varsity squad to be cut down to
about 35 men by the time school,
opens August 29th.
The Mountaineers have a hard
schedule, and only 12 practice
periods prior to the opening game.
Thus far the team has nine games
on tht schedule, with a tenth
sought for the open date of No
Coach Weatherby will be assist
ed again by Bruce Jaynes and Bill
First Graders Must Have
Birth Certificates On
Opening Day Of School
All children entering school for
the first time this year must have
birth certificates on opening day,
Lawrence Leatherwnod, county
Superintendent of Education, an
Only children who were born on
or before October 16. 1949 will be
enrolled. Presentation of birth
certificates will be a requirement
Dan Watkms vjreis
Hole In One For
The Second Time
Twice in 30 years.
That is the record of l>an Wat
kins for rotting a hole in one on
the rolf course.
He made his first hide in one
two years ago, and now has dupli
cated the same accomplishment,
and both on the fourth hole of
the Waynesville Country Club.
He expects to receive dupli
cates of the awards be got for the
first time. which inolnded
plaques, ash trays, letters, mints,
and certificate for framing.
Man For Breaking
In Wholesale Firm
Police arrested Mark Stamey, 28,
early Saturday morning, as he ran
from the back of the Boyd Whole
sale building on Commerce Street.
He is charged with breaking and
James R. Boyd, Jr.. owner of the
firm, upon entering the building
heard a noise. He called police and
they arrived to find, they reported
Stamey trying to squeeze through
a small place in a rear door. j
Chief Orville Noland threw hi? (
light on the man, who fled and ran
across Richland Creek. A police
car with officers, together with
Chief Noland, apprehended Stamey
on the other side of the creek and
placed him in jail.
He had several pint cans of Solox
with him. Officers said the whole
sale firm did not sell the paint
From Friday until Sunday night,
the police deoartment arrested 23.
One for speeding, two for driving
drunk, and the others for public
Sheriff Fred Campbell said the
EillJvd iwho iiutidwuocjl
With Aid Of Triple .pi
For the third time this season,
Enka came from behind in the late
innings'Saturday to hand Hazel
wood an Industrial League defeat,
12-6, on the High School field.
Behind 5-3 going into the sev
enth inning, Enka jumped on Bill
Leatherwood for four straight hits
and continued against Joe Pressley
to score four runs in the seventh
and sewed ud the game with a five
run outburst in the ninth.
Bob Houghton, although touch
ed for 16 hits, went all the way for
Enka to notch the win.
The top play of the season occur
red in the bottom of the ninth in
ning after Oliver Yount and Elmer
Dudley had hit safely. With Yount
on third and Dudley on second,
Lonnie Bishop hit a vicious liner
that Dan Morgan, Enka shortstop,
speared with a leaping one handed
catch. His throw to second base
man Sam Patton got Dudley and |
Mrs. Leopard Has
Four 'Stacked Up'
Mrs. Frank Leopard, of Sat
ellite Civr, is "stacking up" to
matoes from her flourishing
One plant produced four full
steed, and perfectly developed
tomatoes from one Moom. All
four of the tomatoes are fasten
ed together on the one stem.
Mrs. Leopard 'used the "Big
Boy Hybrid" vartety this year,
and has a large number of to
matoes as large as a persons two
Patton'- relay to tlJ
Oohn Ptttillo nailed *9
Tom Tweed hit
six. ttips in p.a'.B
Enka at: ink with hJ
and Oliver Yount,
hits paced the locals .1
The scheduled yj
Basel wood and Cantal
Sunday alternoon ???
because of wet graaJ
not been re-, t ?t pnj
In other IndustrUiZI
Saturdu\. B( aeon deisl
5-1, in the only
county officers arrested five over
the weekend all on charges of be
Teas, 1 b
.Ballanee. 3 b
a?Doubled lor Cula^
E: Dudlev. Pittillo, U
Tweed. 2b: Rbhop Bi
ton. 3B: Randall, SB-i
Houghton DP: Dudiey
Teas: Ballanee. Bisk)
Trlnle Plav: Morrai, ?
Pittillo. VV: Ilouehtoil
wood. U: IIearn and ?
You Are Cordially Invited
THE AUCTION SALE OF LAND
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
SAT. AUG. 20, 10:30 A. M.
One hundred and fifty acres, subdivided into small tracts, lo
cated Iron Duff Township, part of Dr. J. C. Davis land, twenty
minutes from the square.
Drive out Asheville Highway to Lake Junaluska and take
Highway 209 to Iron Duff Road, turn, left at McElroy Cove.
Waynesville, Haywood County, Saturday, August 20, at 10:30.
Live Wire Band and
The Dixie Tenor
Prizes Given Away
Refreshments on the Grounds
PHONE KOLson 3-7558
WE ABE EQUIPPED IN EVERY WAY TO FINANCE AND
PROMOTE LAND SALES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANYWHERE
Charlotte, N. C.
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