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    Mountaineers Here Friday Night
Murray Dumps
Dean From Play
In Club Tourney
Keg gie Murray, Kings Moun-j
tain high schooi golfer, posted a j
stunning 4-3 victory over Amos;
Dean, low quarlifycr, in second j
round play in the top flight of the I
Kings Mountain Country club
championship tournament Tues
day.
Dean had defeated Ertle Pow
ers in first round play by a score
of. 5-4 and Murray advanced at
the expense of Hunt Neitfler in an
Pro Buck Pressley announced
yesterday that all second round j
matches in the club champion
chip golf tournament must he
completed by Sunday night.
exciting battle that went liO
holes, two over the regulation 18,
before Murray came out one-up. j
Coman Falls;, 6-5. winner over '
Johnny Warlick, defeated De
fending Champion Phil Padgett,
who advanced over Robert Allen
(5-4) |n a first round match, by
a score of 6-5 in the only other
second round match in the cham
pionship flight complete<i throu
gh Wednesday,}
Results of other matches in the
. top flight included:
Pat Hovis winner over Kenneth
Crook 5-1 and Charles Neisler
winner oyer L. A. Hoke, 2-1. Ho
. vis faces Neisler in a. second
round match.
Jacob. Coopet winner over W.
J. Fulkerson 3-2 and Clydl Lind
say winner over Jay Patterson
5-3. Cooper and Lindsay are to
meet the second round. .
In first flight play, the follow
ing second round matches are
scheduled:
Allen ys. J. Warlick.
Crook vs. Hoke.
Powers vs. 11. Neisler.
Fulkerson vs. Patterson.
Iit U>^viiiy i?eooinL ftuwrtt mat'
"elf completed Jn the second flight
tleorge Houser edged David Neil!
2-li Houser had downed C. H.
Flowers 6-5 and Neill bad-defeat
ed Hairy Page 2- 1
Bill Craig won by default over!
Don B la n ton and is to meet H. R. i
Hunnicuti.'one up winner over
Oliver Fa 1 Is, i n the second round, i
Jack. Arilette defeated Sam J
Stalllrigs 6-4 and is to meet Tolly :
Shuford, winner over Johnny Mc- ;
GiJl 8-7, Jn a second round mat
ch.
Luther Joy defeated Kanny Ar
nette 5--1 and Ls to ineet L. E. |
Abbott, winher over C.' K. War
lick 4-3, In the second round.
Second round matches in the i
third flight include:
Pago vs. Flowers.
Bianton vs. Falls.
Stallings vs. McGill.
.R. Arnetle vs.-C. Warlick.
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Cattle and calves were the lar
gest single source of farm income
in the U. S. in 1U49, followed by
milk. hogs, poultry. eggs and
whear.
' (Cont'd from front page) *
Fullback Don Bumgardner,
Wingback Billy Shytle and Block
ing Back Jtm Cobb In the back;
field.
Backfield and End. Coach Don
Parker can send several good re
placement into the- fray. Ends
Johnny Kiser and Steve Jones
showed considerable progress
[Monday night. Promising ba6ks
Include Fullback':' Walt Griffin
: and Wingback Don McCarter. \
! Line Coach Jack Sink will pro
bably start a forward wall that
averages only 166 pounds but
with a ietterman at every posi
tion. The probable starters in
clude Don Flowers and Fred Tate,
a converted blocking back, at
ends; Charles Mauney and Ger
ald Valentine-, at tackles; Robert
Davis and Paul McGinnis, at
guards; and Bob Hullender, rat
center.
Coach Sink's replacements who
played good ball Monday include
Guy Fisher and Jack Crouch, tac
kles, and Gene Welch and Dick
le McMackin, guards, and center
Ken Davis.
The game is a non conference
affair. Tech dropped out of the
Western (Class A) high school
loop last year.
More About
Grammar Football
(Cont'd. from front page)
quarterback. Dub Blalock, Terry
Led ford, Elem Mauney, and Bob
by and Leland Moore are leading
candidates for lino positions.
Interest in the league, which
drew much favorable comment
last year as a source of talent for
later high school teams, has in
creased and a large turnout js
expected for the bpening games.
Uniforms for the teams were
purchased last season by Keeter's
I Department Store (East.), Victory
Chevrolet Co., (West), Noisier
Mills ( Park -Grace), and Manney
Textiles Interests, including Bon
nie, Mauney, Sadie, Mauney Ho
siery and Kings Mountain Man
ufacturing Co., (Central).
Games are scheduled for ev
-eiy. .Tuesday-. wkh-'f
each playing date. The complet
ed schedule Is as follows:
September 19
Central vs. East
West vs. Park -Grace
September 26
Park-Grace vs. East
Central vs. West
October 3
Central vs. Park-Grace.
East vs. West
October 10
Park-Grace vs. Wesi
? East vs. Central
October 17
West vs. Central
East vs. Park-Grace
October 24
West vs. East
Park-Grace vs. Central.
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Sunday. March 277 1513, by the
Spaniard Ponce de Leon, who was
searching for the fountain of
youth.
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More About
Ofl-To-School
(Cont'd from front page)
and Betty Lynch.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSI
TY ? Bonnie Mcintosh.
CATAWBA COLLEGE ? Margie
Lou Dickey, Houston Black, and
Charlotte Jenkins.
? ERSKINE ? Irka Patterson, Nor
man McGill.
WESTERN CAROLINA TEACH
ERS COLLEGE ? Eddie Camp
bell, Jim Hullender and B. T. Wri
ght, Jr.
GREENSBORO COLLEGE ?
Dorothy Smith.
WAKE FOREST ? Bill Amo?.
WOFFORD ? Boyce Huffstetler.
GARDNER - WEBB COLLEGE? !
BJllie Falls, Delvin Huffstetler,
and Alton Dover.
APPALACHIAN STATE TEACH
ERS COLLEGE ? Betty Kisfcr and
Myrtle Hoyle.
GEORGIA TECH? Frank - Sum
mers. ?
?MARS HILL ? Harold England,
Demauth Blanton, Barbara Mat
thews and John McSwain.
LIMESTONE ? Carolyn Early.
NEWBERRY COLLEGE ? Dick
Foster and BUI Cashiori,
IOWA STATE? Jack Mauney.
PLONK SCHOOL OF CREATIVE
ARTS ? Nancy Plonk.
' PRESBYTERIAN JUNIOR COL
LEGE ? Gordon Beatty.
KINGS BUSINESS COLLEGE
(Charlotte) ? Carl Mossj
KINGS COLLEGE OF BRISTOL,
, TENN. ? James Moss.
! MAI# BALDWIN? Pat Neisler.
PEACE COLLEGE ? Shirley
Arthur.
SALEM COLLEGE ? Eleanor
My?w.
CLEMSON COLLEGE ? W. L.
Grist. :
MEREDITH COLLEGE? Mary
I Both Hord. \
WESLEY AN METHODIST COL
j LEGE ? Kenneth George.
I FURMAN UNIVERSITY ? Jean
j McClain.
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY ? Bob
Patterson.
RINGLING ART SCHOOL ?
Shirley Spivey.
f--STEPHENS^-3caTr'^ash .
MONTREAT ? Frances Lee
Bridges.
EVANS COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
in Gastonia ? Betty Stone and
Dean Spearman.
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, in
Charlotte (Nursing Training) ?
Peggy Dixon.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. ?
EaTle Myers
At least one student is under
going special training. Clara
Plonk is taking voice studies in
New York.
A number of Kings Mountain
students are also at finishing and
pri^p schools. They Include:
KONNOROCK TRAINING
SCHOOL ? ? James McGinnis.
BLUE RIDGE SCHOOL FOR
BOYS? Franklin Plott, Hugh Neis
ler, and Moffatt Ware, Jr.
DARLINGTON SCHOOL FOR
BOYS ? Gene Roberts.
More About
City Board
(Cont'd from front page)
for to sell. Dover said he had gone '
to considerable expense to ob
tain necessary insurance and for
other arrangements. Neal later
appeared before the board, say
ing he had received no money
for the franchise and now did j
not wish to sell it to Dover. The 1
board took the position that the,
franchise was Neal's as long as J
the board had no cause to revoke
it.
Attending the meeting were
Mayor J. E. Herndon, Commis?
sioners Hal Ward, T. J. Ellison
and Hudson Bridges. It was the
first meeting attended by Mr. J
Bridges since he suffered a heart !
attack several months ago.
Emphasis On Hiring
Handicapped Laid
Plans were announced this
week for local emphasis on em
ploying the physically handicap J
ped. by- Mrs, Mary B. Goforth, of
the. employment security com- j
sion. -.'-'j
She announced appointment of
a three member committee to
aid in the drive, which includes
Paul Mauney, commander of Otis
D. Green Post 153, American Le- j
gion, Mrs. J. N. Gamble, Red
Cross secretary, and Martin Har- j
mon, Herald editor.
Attention of the public is being
called to the need for providing
gainful employment to physical- j
ly handicapped persons and the
drive will be emphasized during
National Employ the Physically
Handicapped week, October 1-7.
tin Kings Mountain, Mrs. Go
forth said, the employment of
fice now has 23 physically hand- '
icapped job applicants in its
files. Of the total, 11 are veterans '
and two are women.
Emphasis Is being placed on
the fact that "it's' nof what a per
son can't do, but what he can do "
/ i /
Recorder's Court
Lists SeVen Cases '
Seven cases were heard in the
weekly session of city Recorder's
court held Monday, Sept. 11, at
City Hall, with Judge Fa toon
Barnes presiding.
Five offenders were charged
with public drunkenness and or
dered to pay costs of court.
John Delbert Harrelson was
found guilty of driving while
drunk and fined. $100 and costs.
Earl Gaddy of Kannapolls was
convicted of pu-blic drunkenness
and illegal possession of intoxi- j
eating liquor* and charged with i
cost of court. * ' '
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