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By QUIN HALL.
THE race for football su
premacy in the Pacific Coast
Conference is going to be a
pretty hot affair again this year
with five elevens having a look-in
at the title, according to early
Last season the official stand
ings showed Stanford, Southern
California and Idaho tied for the
honor with the status of the last
named open to dispute in the face
of a schedule which did noj call for
games with California or Washing
ton. Idaho suffered no defeats
but had two tie games, while
Southern California and Stanford
had but one tie and no losses, the
tie being their own 13-13 game.
This year the struggle is likely
to center among the teams repre
senting Southern California, Stan
ford, Oregon State and Idaho wit a
an outside chance for Washington
State with fourteen letter men and
a championship freshman team re
turning to furnish excellent mate
ria] for a bang-up varsity aggre
Jesse Hibbs, who was chosen as
an All-American tackle pretty gen
erally by experts following the
finish of the season last year, will
be back with his line plunging tac
tics to bolster the Southern Cali
fornia line. Hibbs succeeds the
great Moriey Drurv as Captain and
one of the bier problems confront
ing Coach Howard Jones will un
doubtedly hinge on developing a
player to take the place of the
great Drury—not an easy t'-sk in
the life of any coach.
While Drury, one of the mos*
fiery and elusive quarterbacks of
H»e past years, will be missed at
Southern California, the preface
of an experienced lineman like
Hibbs on the squad will have its
good influence. Hibbs is a capa
ble tackle. In addition, Jones has
veterans back for the ends, centre
and one guard position. With ex
perienced timber in these spots, he
should build a line which will help
open up the paths for hi3 back
The annual struggle on the Pa
cific Coast is always interesting
and is closely followed by football
fans throughout the country. This
wide interest is increased lately
through the scheduling of inter
sectional games between the Coast
elevens and teams representing
the Middle West and East.
This year four such struggles are
on the books. Washington will
mix with Chicago at Chicago on
November 23; Stanford plays the
Army in New York on December
1; Oregon State will try conclu
sions with New York University
on November 2D, and Notre Damo
will hook up with Southern Cali
fo'nia at Los Angeles on Decora- |
bcr 1. While all of these games
aie enthusiastically anticipated,
tho^ last named seems to hold the i
inaice track on creating wide- !
Last year this. Notre Dante
Southern California clash brought
in some 113,000 paid customers.
The battle was waged in Chicago
on Soldier Field and was played j
before the largest crowd that ever
witnessed a gridiron match. The ■
game was won by Notre Dame,
7 to 6. This year’s game prob
ably will not attract so large a
crowd, but the interest will be just
as intense. The Arroy-Stanford
game at New York will prove an
other big gate attraction and
should play to capacity.
Hibbs and his team face a tough
schedule and not the least among
the games scheduled is the one
hooked for Saturday which will
bring the Trojans against “Nibbs”
Price’s California “Golden Bears’*
at Berkeley. This is one of the
classics of the Pacific Coast sea
son every year. The Trojans took
the Bears last year to the tune
of 13 to 0.
This game will furnish an early
line on the ability of two of the
outstanding elevens in the Pacific
Coast Conference. A victory will
give either team an edge in future
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LAND SALE FOR TAXES.
In pursuance of law I will sell at the court house door in
Shelby, N. C., beginning at 12 o’clock noon on
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1928
for unpaid taxes the following described lands. Name of
owner, description of land and the amount of tax. The lands
described in each case are the lands owned by the tax pay
er May 1, 1927. There will be added in each case the amount
of cost which will be $1.30, and this amount must be added
to the tax.
W. N. Adair—1 lot 102x150, east
side Shelby & Lily Mill road, $2.25.
Anthony & Spangler-2 lots 25x150
N. Washington and N. Lafayette
S. G. Bailey—1 lot 55x120 west
side of 10-foot alley rear of W. E,
Whisnant; So. W. Shelby, $813.
W. M. Barnett—1 lot 99x160 north
side Shannonhouse and corner Dodd
Beam Bros.—1 lot 50x100 west
side S. LaFayette, 1 lot 50x1200 west
side S. LaFayette. $672.75.
Enos Beam—1 lot 70x140 corner E.
Graham and DeKalb streets, $86.06.
C. C. Bosheimer—1 lot 100x180
north side E. Graham street, $20.13.
Avery Canipe— 1 lot 50x150 south
side Blanton street, $14.00.
W. E. Canipe—1 lot 60x125 east
side of Clegg street, $9.38.
Mrs. Andrew Collins— 1 lot 50x78
part of Grover Howell property off
Gidney street, $8.75.
A. B. Costner—1 lot 80x350, No.
16 of Leonard property, $2.93.
J. G. Dudley, jr., 1 lot 50x138 west
side N. Lafayette street, Spangler
and Loy land, $11.00.
Gilmer Bros.—1 lot 75X200 norm
side E. Marion street, 1 lot north
side E. Marion 125x200, 1 lot 100x130
S. side E. Marion street, $95.00
A M. Green—1 lot 50x175 S. side
E. Warren Sheet, $2.70.
Hall & Andrews—18 lots north
east Shelby, Wm. Wellmon property,
E. C. F Hamrick—1 lot 50x100 No.
H. T. Leigh—1 lot 59x160 east
side Dodd street. S. Shelby, $8.75.
C. H Leonard—1 lot 50x150 west
side Jefferson street, S. H. Ham
rick property, $6.75.
L. F. McBrayer—1 lot 100x417
Leonard street, 1 lot 60x200 N. La
Fayette, 1 lot 80x200 N. Lafayette,
Grady Mauney—1 lot 75x450 Lee
J. W. McKinney—1 lot 110x125
south side Lee street, 1 lot 300x110
south side Lee street, $26.25.
Bill Peters—1 lot 50x160 South
side Highland avenue, Nos. 80-81
Lackey property, $8.10.
D. G. Philbeck—1 lot 62x200 north
side Sumter street, $25.69.
H. K. Roberts—1 lot 50x150 north
side Elm street, Curtis Town, $14.50.
L. B. Roberson—1 lot,$8.75.
Chas. Spake—1 lot 50x150 Blanton
J. E. Sheeler—1 lot $1.35.
M. S. Stamey—1 lot 100x200 south
side Elm street, Cutis Town, $19.25.
W. W. Weast—1 lot 50x135, $17.50.
Chas. P. Wilkins—1 lot 25x150
north side E. Warren street. Thorn
mason property. 2 lots 25x150 Lefler
Development. No. 7-8 block C,$1.25.
J. E. Williams—1 lot 100x200
South side Broad street. $6.46.
J. C. Willis—1 lot 50x108 Roberts
Shelby School District No. 33
Phillip G. Affleck—7 lots 25x150
Highway No. 20. $14,35.
F. G. Ellis—44 acres on Zoar road,
L. W. Hamrick—67 acres one
fouth mile east side Zoar church,
Burgin Hamrick—3 acres east side
Southern Ry., South Shelby, $10.07.
J. C. Holland—22 acres south side
Boiling Springs road,$8.43.
W. H. McSwain—86 acres on
river near Weaver Bridge, $20.58.
Mrs. E. C. White—127 acres north
side S. A. L. Ry., $27.17.
Burt Blanton—(Bal.) 1 lot 100x200
east Suttle street, $4.50.
Sam Blanton—1 lot 100x125 north
side Orange street, $5.00.
Geo. Blanton—1 lot 50x125 north
east Shelby, (Bal.), $1.94.
Ambrose Brown—1 lot 75x200
north side Buffalo, 1 lot 50x125 west
side, Carolina avenue, $13.25.
u\ja ua XJtut-iiCtl/-JL lUt JUA1JU COOU
i side Carolina avenue, $12.50.
Henry Davis^-1 lot 50x200 Weath
,ers street, $6.25.
Tom Earls estate—1 lot 200x200
north side Buffalo street, 1 lot lOOx
150 corner Buffalo and Weathers
Max Homsley—1 lot 55x155 Free
| dom, $9.20.
John A. Hunter—1 lot 50x100 west
side Jennings street, $9.50.
Vance Jolly—1 lot 100x200 west
, side Lineberger street, $13.49.
Beverly Jolly—1 lot 50x150 Caro
lina avenue, $11.52.
Hilliard Lipscomb—1 lot 50x190
Buffalo street, $7.63.
Anthony Lipscomb—1 lot 50x150
Claude London—1 lot 75x175 east
side of Jennings street, $5.15.
Frank London—1 lot 55x150 south
side Brick Yarn Alley, $3.40.
W. F. Miles—1 lot 50x200 north
side Buffalo street, $9.50.
John Moody—1 lot 50x100 rear of
Ben McNeil, $9.19.
John McCreary, 1 lot, $4.50.
Dut Curry—1 lot 50x150 east side
Wilson street, $10.34.
Henry McMillian—1 lot 50x150
side Buffalo street, rear Cage Ellis,
Sam Ogelsby—1 lot 50x100 near
Beverly Jolly, Freedom < Bal.) $5.56
Ed Rippy—1 lot 180x150 Jennings
Claude Rippy—1 lot 80x150, east
side Jennings street, $5.66.
John Rogers—1 lot 75x125 near
John Roseboror—1 lot 75x125 on
alley near church (Flat Rock), $14.
Mary Sanders—1 lot 50x100 east
side Jennings street (Flat Rock),
Percilla Shuford—1 lot 110x200
Buffalo street, $9.50.
Richard Spikes—1 lot 100x200
Carolina avenue, $8.25.
Hascell Thompson—1 lot 55x155
north side Brick Yard Alley, $11.50.
Miles Turner—1 lot 125x75 Pink
ney street, $7.50.
Johnson Webb—1 lot 50x200 north
side Buffalo street, $10.50.
Landrum Webb—1 lot 200x150
Buffalo street, $3.10.
John Wilson—1 lot 50x150 East
side Jennings street, $8.25.
Rufus Wray—1 lot 75x100 east
side 'Carolina avenue and orange
Henderson Wray, 1 lot 50x100 east
alley rear of Ben McNeil, $5.63.
This October 5, 1928.
F. P. CULBERTH,
rT¥/*S. * City of Shelby.
The Mooresville Enterprise is dis
cussing Robert Babington, of Gas
tonia, as “probably the greatest
benefactor the state has produced
within the last half century,” and
it bases this claim on the results
of the Orthopaedic hospital, found
ed by him and which has been re
building so many little bodies and
restoring them to the world in per
fect, or improved physical condition.
The hospital is indeed a great mon
ument to Babington, but some day
a noble shaft is destined to rise' in
further perpetuation of his name.
This is a land of promise, especial
ly around election time.—American
While both political parties favor
flood prevention, neither is averse
to a landslide.—Brooklyn Eagle.
Some people thought V a r e
wouldnt’ be much help to Hoover,
but he is keeping remarkably quiet.
The peace treaties have held arm
ed forces to a mere 35 per cent in
crease over 1913.—Publishers Syn
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I Now Bosses Workmen
Amo* Rusie (right), whom old-timers insist was the greatest pitcher in
the world; inset, Cy Young, big right-hander who won more than 500
games in baseball. He’s ownert,of 160 acres of fertile Ohio land now.
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AUCTION —AUCTION The W. F. WARLICK FARM
Wednesday—October 24th—At 10;30 A. M. NEAR CASAR, N. C.
97 acres fine farming land, which has been sub-divided into several smaller tracts. One splendid residence. One good tenant house. This property is located on the Lawn
dale-Casar road about 3 miles from Casar and only a short distance from Lawndale. See this property, investigate, and be there at this sale.
PERSONAL PROPERTY—We will sell the following personal property at Auction:—1 Fordson Tractor, Harrows and Plows, 1 McCormick Shredder, 1 Wagon, 2 Mules,
All Plows and small cultivators, 1 Mowing Machine and Rake, Stalk Cutter and numerous other articles of Personal Property not mentioned.
P <t*nr AA I n |J MUSIC BY OUR LIVE WIRE BAND-LIBERAL TERMS REMEMBER THIS PROPERTY IS GOING AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION.
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SHELBY, N. C.
RUSH & RUSH, Auctioneers
W. F. WARLICK, Owner