Highs Start Home Games Next Week
First Home Rtmf In Several Week*
Comes Thursday. Eleven
The Shelby highs, who have been
playing away from home for sev
eral waeks—fortunately, perhaps—
Will return here Thursday afternoon
for a tame In their own backyard
with Mt. Holly.
Mt. Holly has one of those rip
snorting elevens similar to the one
which had Chink Outen In the link
up and the same one wlpleh very
near gave Shelby’s biggest, football
team a licking in bygone years,
Maybe So. Maybe.
This year the Mt. Holly outfit,
along with Kings Mountain and
others, has heard that Shelby has
a weak eleven and they’re all arm
vengeance—which is to say, that
Mt. Holly hopes to win here lu-.'i
Thursday afternoon As to vital
Coach Caaey Morris says ‘ We ll be
seeing,” and he says it In a manner
to indicate that his eleven, entire
ly Ignorant of football at the outset
of the season, has learned to ‘'hit
'em low and hard.’’
As for the boys on the Shelby
eleven, they say they’re throngo
with drubbings, and minus several
teeth and wearing Innumerable
bruises they are at a fighting oitch
which should make life hard for the
remaining elevens on their schedule
Week alter next Concord plays
here, and a short time later Coach
Christenbury will bring his Kings
Mountain eleven over the annual
battle between the two towns.
Digging Vg Did Stuff.
Guatemala City.—The gove-n
ment la to excavate the palace of
Beatrl» De La Cueva. Conquista
dor’s widow, who ruled after his
death. The palace Ciudad Viein
vu submerged in 1541 in a volcanic
By virtue of the power of .ale
contained in two deeds of trust, ex
ecuted by J. L, Hunt and wife, to
me as trustee, one bearing clntr
December 10, 1924. and recorded In
book 130 of deeds of trust, page 112:
the other bearing date June 5, 19‘,’S
and recorded in book 153 of deeds
of trust, page 25, securing an in
debtedness to the Shelby B. * L,
association, and default having betn
made In the payment thereof, I a3
trustee, will sell for cash nt public
auction to the highest, bidder at 1 he
court house door in the Town of
Shelby, N. C . on—
Monday, November 25. 1929.
at 13 o'clock id., the following de
scribed real estate:
Situated in the Town of Latti
more, N. C„ and in the Eastern
part of said town and on the Nreth
side of the Shelby road, said lot
containing 1 3-10 acres, and being
fully described in a deed from Dr
ft. tv Usnl and. wife to J. L. Hunt
and dated May 15. 1924, and
reodraed in Book fin ’ page 530
reference being hereby had to said
deed for full description by metes
This October 22. 1939,
CLYDE ft. HOEY. Trustee.
Shelby May Go In New High
School Athletic Conference
As Outlined By Hickory Meet
! Will Cast Aside Present State Rules
And Draw Complete Set
! " i
Hickory.—The Western North!
Carolina high school athletic as-)
•soclatlon, a new independent or
ganization, was formed at a special
meeting of 20 school representatives
from Institutions of this section
held here, and officers elected for
the season and a special moating of
the executive committee was an
nounced to be held In Hotel Char
lotte next Tuesday evening at <>
o’clock for the completion of the
ruleA and laws governing the asso
R. W. Carver, superintendent of
the Hickory city schools and organ
izer of the association, was elected
president. O. W. Bradshaw, super-1
lntendent of the Monrot' city schoul j
was elected vice president. J, Enis I
Cassel, principal of the Concord)
high school, was elected secretary
The executive committee as elect
ed includes C. L. Hood, principal of.
Mooresville high school; L. E,
Snipes, superintendent of the Ruth- j
ej-fordton Spindale sciaool; C. S.
Warren, superintendent of the Le
noir high school, and W. Fi Staynes,
superintendent of Morgnnton high
The organization was formed for
the better organized athletic sys
tems with the association to include
approximately 20 schools, and v.’lll
be divided Into two conference, an
upper and lower bracket with the
rules of the executive committee to
control both conferences.
Rules will be drawn at. the meet
ing in Charlotte next week and a
special meeting of representatives
from towns and cities represented
in the association will be called
soon for the completion of a sched
ule for the basketball season.
The representatives at the meet
ing here voted to cast aside the
present state rules-nnd draw a com
plete set of laws for the organiza
Schools to be invited to join the
association include Kings Mountain,
Mooresville, Concord. Statesville
Llncolnton, Lexington. Belmont,
Spencer, Shelby, Hendersonville.
Waynesvtlle. Canton, Morganton,
Marlon, Forest City, Rutherfprdton -
Splndale, Lenoir, Hickory, Newton,
Monroe. Albemarle and several
Some Mexican Art.
Pittsburgh, Pa.—Ambassador Mar
row is sponsoring an exhibition of
Mexican art in the United States.
Homer Catnt Gaudens of Carnegie
Institute is to visit Mexico making
a collection that will be shown In
museums in the United States
Albert J. Booth, whose piny ini; in
the early games of the season con
vinced both coaches and teammates
that this year Yale has a player of
Shelby In Hickory,
Boiling Springs To
Battle Oak Ridgers
The Shelby Highs arc this after
noon playing Hickory in Hickory
The Catawba eleven has scar.
more than 100 point* in Two garnet
tills year and is a favorite over the
Tomorrow afternoon the Boiling
Springs Junior college eleven will
play the Oak Ridge Cadets in fc'in
CLEMSON WINS PAIR GAME
Josh Cody’s Clemson Tigers yes
terday won the annual South Car
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State Pair in Columbia, from Billy
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.By Renn Drum
Down around Peachtree street in
Atlanta, loyal fans of the Golden
Tornado, which Carolina turned into
a Ramblin’ Wreck, are finding it
harder to forget the Carolina affair
than good Democrats are In trying
to forget the election outcome last
Alter the game some uncouth, un
sportsmanlike North Carollnia far.,
correct nevertheless in his state
ment, wrote Senor Morgan Blake
and other Atlanta sportwriters that
Tech played a turribly rough game,
citing actions of Tom Jones arid
Coots Watkins. Did Messrs. Bla'kc,
et al go up in the air—and how?
Tech, (lie great Tornado, they
wrote in meaning, plays football as
it should be played—as men plav
it; if Carolina can t stand the staff
let them return to their necking
contests and their yo-yo matches.
Then they related legends of times
when Tech players came out of
rough-and-tumble games, like the
Notre Dame clash, with their faces
resembling sausage, but with nary
Tech takes her drubbings, nliv
sically and oil the scoreboard, with
out whining, they said. Glory be to
such men—men of the type itud
Kipling must have been thinking
about when he wrote his "IF.” Now.
why can’t the Atlanta sportwrlter
lie similar sports? Ever since that
game, which hurt Atlanta more
than Robert Tyre Jones’ downfall
In California, Atlanta writers have
been inuendoing that Teeh would
have won had not Tom Jones beer,
ejected from the game.
j Tech never alibis; but what oi
i Tech's publicity agents?
j Our frank belief is that Tech
couldn't have licked Carolina that
day with Tom Jones in all the way
together with John Paul Jones and
Sam Jones. Just as Carolina
couldn’t have* licked Georgia last
Saturday had Governor Max Gard
ner been playing one tackle, and
had Jim Thorpe | been carrying
ShQrty Branch about the bsckfield
for the pigskin itself.
A lot of great football teams a'?
• distasteful to fans not because $f
what the members of the team do
and say, but because of the man
ner in which we writers and would
be-wrlters try to explain their fiz
*les and bad days.
Take that 69-0 drubbing Charlotte
gave the Shelby highs: We have a
perfectly plausible alibi for that —
Charlotte merely ran up an un
necessary number of touchdowns
^ Local Action.
Blainey Rackley hopes to show hit
Boiling Springs eleven in action
here Saturday week in a game with
the second eleven of H&h Point col
lege, and then wants to come bach
with another game with Wingate
college on the following Saturday,
It will mean good football for
Shelby and good advertising for
the Baptist junior college. Mary
more fans will witness the games
here than at Boiling Springs, and
the school Is close enough for the
students to get over here for the
Incidentally, Rackley has worked
wonders with the football situation
Out at Bolling Springs; and h* hr.s
done much of it since the Gaffney
game, as the victory over Mars
| Hill indicated. Local fans should hot
miss either game, if they are play
ed here. Seeing Boney and Stroud
work in the backfield. this kid
Cecil on end, and the old favorites,
j Doc" Moore and "Buck” Coble, at
! tackles will be worth the price.
As for games to be played this
week, pound these out on your
Carolina .... V. P. I.
t Davidson ............ Wake Forest
Villanova ..t Duke
Hickory-Shelby High tFridav)
Georgia . Florida
Ga. Tech- Tulane
Tennessee.... W. St L.
Alabama . Sewanee
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those who acquired auburn locks
via beauty parlors '.efrain fr.xn
bothering the anthropologists.
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