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    " FRIDAY OCTOBER ti IMS
. CARTERET COUNT NEWS-TIMES, MOREffEAD CTTt AND BEAtFORT, N. C
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Channel Bass
finally Shctw Up
Hatteras Inlet
MANTEO Channel bass, the
game fish which attracts more non
resident anglers to the Dare coast
land than any other species, final
ly showed up for their autumn
run at Hatteras Inlet and in the
pfirf southwest of the Cape. Later
' than usual, these game fishes did
not make their appearance in any
great numbers until the. full moon
season of October, and they were
still absent this week from the
Oregon Inlet sector, the most fa
mous channel bass fishing spot in
the world.
It has been several weeks since
any of tHe species were taken at
Onegon Inlet. This baffles old-
time guides here who say it is the
first time since they have been in
the business that "drum"did not
run at Oregon Inlet during the
full moons of September and Oct
ober. With news that the copper-colored
beauties were being caught at
Hatteras, local guides were hope
ful that channel bass would be
moving northwrrd to Oregon Inlet
within a few days. One report,
not verified, was that an unidenti
fied surf caster had reeled in a
57-pounder at the southern point
of Hatteras Inlet.
Several good catches during the
week were made at Hatteras. Hal
las and Ernal Foster, well known
guides, took parties out who
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caught channel bass each day. One
of the better catches of the wick
however was made by 'oe Masso
letti, New York rcstauiantew. and
party who were stopping at his
lodge. Fishing in the Inlet aboard
his private cruiser, the Coco, skip
pered by Capt. Vernon Willis, the
Massoletti party which included
William Brown. Maloney, noted ra
dio man, and A. S. A. Bodaws,
a writer, of New York, Henry
Everett Massoletti, the host's son,
and William A. Wong, head of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation's
bureau of identification in the
Hawaiian Islands, landed nine
channel bass. The smallest weigh
ed 15 pounds and the largest, land
ed by Wong, scaled at 35 pounds.
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Cage Scrimmage Starts
On Beaufort Hardwood
Coach T. II. Megu.iid is making
no predictions about the pci'lorm-'
a nee of his Beaufort caucis. All
the teams in the county re neck
and neck, he says, and Inns will
have to wait until the season
starts to know the odds.
The Beaufort hoys and firl -, will
have a chance to show their stuff
in a warm-up game at Atlantic next
Thursday. Nov. 4. Another twin
bill is scheduled with Alliance,
there, Nov. 19. and the Beaufort
boys will square off with lamp
Lejiune, there, Dec. 7.
With scrimmage ju-t begun.
Coach McQiiaid is wnrminy up a
2-2-1 offense. He has no si.e at
all, he says, and must depend on
speed. With this in mind. .Iimmie
l'iner and Charles Stewart, ace
ball-handlers, have been moved up
front for speed.
Coach McQuaid believes in the
gradual approach in conditioning
his squad for the season's play.
Physical conditioning began with
calesthentics a month ago. and
first scrimmage was held this
week.
A typical sequence of drills be
gins with standing goal practice,
then the fast-breaking offense to
goal, the fast breaking offense with
defense, half-court scrimmage and
finally full-court scrimmage. Coach
McQuaid says his boys are now in
physical condition but have a ways
to go before they demonstrate
good playing form.
Ten first-stringers are back from
last season: Jimmie Piner, Charles
Stuart, Howard Fodrie, Jimmie
Fodrie, A. C. Blankenship, Alton
Lewis, Charles Owens, Julian Aus
tin, William Sammons and Cedric
Beachem.
The following returning letter
men are out for girls' practice at
Beaufort: Peggie Guthrie, Iris Da
vis, Carol Ann Willis. Carolyn
Gaskill, and Betsie Fulford, for
wards; Rosalie Chadwick, Cora
Belle Willis, Letitia Simpson and
Peggie O'Neal, guards.
BeauforU has a match scheduled
with Newport Jan. 28, will arrange
another before Chirstmas, and will
probably play Smyrna twice before
Christmas.
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Morehead Jaycee
Bowling Begins
The Morehead City Jaycees will
begin their annual bowling series
.Monday at Idle Hour amusement
center. Si weeks of competition
within the Jaycee organization will
be held before Christmas, with an
other six weeks of play in the New
Year.
Other clubs may enter the com
petition after Christmas.
This year, as in the past, an
award will be given the winning
team, with a nightly and a final
prize to the highest individual
bowler.
Si ( Adams is in charge of the
bowling tournament. The Jaycees
will hold their regular dinner
meeting at the recreation center
Monday nights from 7 until 8 be
lore going to the Idle Hour.
Major League Stars Rout
Tri-Counlians al New Bern
A football-like score of 23 0 was
the victory count for the Major
League All-Stars over the Tri
County All-Stars, which included
Carteret countians, in an exhibi
tion baseball game at Kafer park,
New Bern, Saturday night.
Hcrda. Gaskins and Price were
the Tri-County batteries. Kirby
Higbe of the Pittsburg Pirates,
Byrnes of the New York Yankees
hurled for the major league team.
George Stillway o'f Cherry Point
scored the one hit made by the
tri-counlians, while the Major
League All-Stars took 27 hits.
Players from Carteret, Pamlico
and Craven made up the Tri
County All-Stars team.
Score by innings:
Majors - 313 341 08023
Tri-County 000 000 000 0
The peccary is a distant cousin
of the domestic pig and the Euro
pean wild boar, but seldom takes
on fat. He is native to tho-American
southwest and very difficult
for hunters to stalk.
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Mange cues thought hopeless re
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Orphanage Shrine Bowl Game Begins
At 8 Tonight Jn Stadium at Rtileigh
Players' Release
Recalls Their
Days Of Glory
By Frank Erk
AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor
NEW YORK Baseball's an
nual fall housecleaning is in full
swing. It's always interesting to
see changes made in major league
player personnel but when some
of the game's outstanding stars
pass over the hill it's a bit hard
to take.
Since the season closed a num
ber of former standouts have been
given their release as prayers.
Among those who have passed
from the scene one player stands
out. He is Terry Moore, one of the
greatest center fielders in National
League history. Moore will be a
coach with the St. Louis Cardinals
next season.
It seems like only yesterday
that he was making glittering
catches in a World Series against
(he Yankees. In the 1942 Series
he made. 15 putouts, ninny of
them sensational grabs. In (he
l!l4(i classic with the Red Sox
he had 17 putouts.
But the last two years Terry's
3fiycar-old legs lost their spry
ness. He hit only .227 this year
against a lifetjme average of .283.
Moore realized he was at the end
of the trail when he misjudged a
fly ball in Brooklyn. It was his
second such offense in 1,300 league
games. The game loses a great
competitor in Moore.
Among other veterans who have
been released as players are
George McQuinn by the Yankees,
Rudy York by the Athletics, Man
ager Bucky Walters by the Reds,
Babe Young by the Cards and
Arky Vaughan by Brooklyn.
McQuinn, an 11-year veteran in
Ihe American League, hit only
.248 this year. He batted .304 in
1947 but when he reached his 37th
year he just didn't have it In the
1944 all St. Louis World Scries he
hit .438 for the Browns
York, who went from Detroit to
the Bosox, to White Sox to Ath
letics within the last three years,
is another former World Scries
star. The big Indian slugger from
Alabama hit 280 homers. As a
first baseman in the '46 Series
against the Cards York accounted
for two of the three Red Sox vie-,
tories in a losing cause. He won
the opening game with a 10th
inning home run to beat Howie
Pollet, 3-2. He also won the third
game When he homered with two
on in the first inning to beat
Murry Dickson, 4-0.
In York's gi cutest year 1940
tie hit 3'f homeors, batted .3I
rand drove in 134 runs for the
l'igtrs. Some team may yet use
his big bat even though Rudy
is past his peak at 35,
Walters, one of the most po
pular players to ever wear a Cin
cinnati uniform, has called it
quits as a pitcher. Bucky, of
course, may change his mind. He
needed only two twins at the start
of the season to crash the elite
200 circle. He failed in his few
starts this year.
The former third baseman, a
three-time 20-game winner with
the Reds, reached his1 peak with
a pair of victories over the Tigers
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BEAUFORT
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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30
Highway 70 Al Beaufort City Limits
Managed and Operated By
MRS. ROT WILLIS MRS. CLADDIA SAVAGE
Ticket Chairman
Noble M. D. (Doug) Aycock,
Director of Sudan's Wrecking
Crew, Wilson, is general ticket
chairman of the first annual
Orphanage Shrine Bowl game.
in the 1940 Series. After a great
season in 1944 when he won 23
and lost only 8 he hurt his pitch
ing arm in a 2 0 shutout against
the Cardinals and his service was
limited.
Another grand competitor who
has called I mis to his pitching
career is I'rilz OstermuelltT. At
41 he won eight games for the
Itrates to run his lifetime total
to 114 against 115 setbacks. How
ever, Manager Kill Meyer of tlie
1'irales thinks Fritz will be back.
It's Years Old
But who would know it! When we clean a garment it looks
brand new. It gives you longer wear and better appearance.
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We save you from 10
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ANNOUNCING
THE
FORMAL OPENING
The First Annual Orphanage
Shrine Bowl game at 8 o'clock to
night at Riddick stadium, Raleigh,
will be preceded by a grand en
trance on the field of Shrine units,
clubs, and bands.
The Sudan Patrol will drill on
the field followed by an exhibition
by the drum and bugle corps. The
potentate will be introduced at
7:45, followed by Gov. Ii. Gregg
Cherry.
Oxford Orphanage and Methodist
Orphanage football teams will
clash promptly at 8 o'clock with
activities at the half in charge of'
Noble George It. Khoades, Kansas
City, Mo., world's champion drum
major.
At 4:30 in Raleigh there will be
n parade, consisting of the follow
ing units: color guard. Sudan
Temple band, Miss Kennedy, queen
of Sudan Temple, divan cars, drum
and bugle corps, Sudan patrol. Su
dan chanters, wrecking crew.
Oriental band, provost guard, State
College band, Oxford Orphanage
football team. ,
Oxford students, Oxford high
school band. Methodist Orphanage
Football team, Methodist Orphan
age students, Raleigh high school
band. Henderson high school band
and the Raleigh. Shrine club.
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