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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday Morning, Jane 11, 1932
IDE IN PLANS
North Enders Cannot Play
Jn Forenoon; Only one
; Home Game Left
- Legion Junior League
W L Pet.
On the ere of their departure
tor one exceedingly tough game at
Silverton today, the Salem Ameri
can Legion Juniors also faced the
prospect of playing their Sunday
game of this weekend's series on
The Woodburn team was unable
to come here Sunday forenoon,
the Senators have first call on
OUnger field for the afternoon,
suggestion of a midweek game
was also unsatisfactory to the
north end team, so the upshot was
that Salem agreed to play at
Woodburn Sunday afternoon,
though the Salem team will he
tie home team officially.
Both games will be played at 3
o'clock. The Juniors will gather at
OUnger field and leave for Silver
ton at 1:15 today, and fans who
are going and have room in their
ears are asked to stop at OUnger
field on the chance they may be
assigned some players to trans
port, according to an announce
ment by Oliver B. Huston, man
Er. Stayton Game Only
One Remaining Here
The same hour of departure
-and the same appeal for help in
transporting players applies to
Sunday and the Woodburn trip.
This change in plans leaves
only one game of the county series
to be played in Salem, that with
Stayton a week from today.
If past experience of the Salem
team is any criterion, it will be at
its best today and Sunday. In
practices before last weekend's
successful campaign, and even in
warming up practice before the
games, the boys looked "terrible"
but they played like champions in
Francis Gatchell will pitch for
Salem today and will probably be
opposed by Coomler, "rainbow"
barter who has had considerable
success with his slow lob this sea
ion both for Salem high and in
early Legion Junior games. Nick
Serdotz is expected to he Coach
Harold Hauk's choice to hurl
against Woodburn Sunday, with
"Lefty" "Lef fler opposing him.
Jesse Deetz and Gardner, the
latter an ex-coast leaguer, will be
the umpires at Silverton today.
At Woodburn Sunday Deetz will
team with Ralph Mason in the of
AMERICA LEAGUE -
W L, Pet. W li Pet
X Yark 35 15 .700
Waah. ..B1 91 .596
DatroH ..3? 22 .551
CleL -28 24 .547
Phil. ....29 23 .558
S. Louis 25 95 .50O
Chicago 17 32 .847
Boitoa 9 40 .184
CLEVELAND, June 10 (AP)
Philadelphia scored four runs
in the tenth inning today to defeat
Cleveland 10 to 7, knocking the
Indians out of fourth place and
entering the first division of the
Philadelphia 10 11 2
Cleveland 7 12 2
Walberg and Cochrane- Hud
lln, Harder and Sewell. Myatt.
Tanks Win In 11th
DETROIT, June 10 (AP)
The New York Yankees went
eleven Innings today to defeat the
Tigers 8 to 7 n the series final.
Lou Gehrig kit his thirteenth
homer of the season in the first
and Heinle Schuble hit for the cir
R H E
New York-. 8 13 1
Detroit .. . . 7 , 13 9
Pennock Brown, Gomez and
Dickey; Uhle. Herring, Wyatt,
Hogsett and Hayworth.
Along the Pitching Road
; By HARDIN BURNLEY ' ' .
ACES OF THE W iJQl
FAMED VAHhCBB UilfcLIAk ' 1Trt3? fefT
SWF WHICH FOUC2. Np A vf H
STRAIGHT SHUTOUTS' A) MAY " MURlim
VOEAVEE., FfSCHEIS, ETC.. v S . J
MAKE UP A GfeEAT STATF k Y J
OF l4ASHlA3GTbM PiXcHEIZS. '
Finishes 13 Under par, 5
Ahead of Mac Smith;
New Record set
BEEAJ A BIG HELP
To THE CUBS'
C 1932. King Features Syndicate. I
FRENCH TENNIS CROWN FOR U. S.
By FRANK H. KING
SANDWICH. Eng., June 10
(AP) Gene Sarazen. little Her
cules of American links, won the
1932 British open golf champion
ship today with a record-break
ing 283 and held firm the Amer
ican dynasty on Britain' golfing
His 70-89-70-74 for the 72
holes shattered par on every
round except the last this after
noon. He finished 13 strokes bet
ter than regulation figures for
the championship layout, a long.
treacherous course on the edge of
the English channel.
Such remarkable golf, leaving
the galleries of home folks awed,
breaking the hearts of the Brit
ish professionals, who fought
vainly once more to stem an
American tide that has swept
them aside 11 of the past 12
years, carried Sarazen in a one
I man parade to the title.
Sarazen lowered by two strokes
the tournament record of 285 set
by Bobby Jones in 1927 at St
Andrews. He surpassed the best
mark ever made in an American
open, 286, by Chick Evans.
Only MacDonald Smith, peren
nlal challenger, was able to keep
the chunky New Yorker in sight
and the best he could finish was
five strokes back with 71-76-71
70288. good enough to win any
other British open in history save
Bobby Jones' 285, but hopeless
Arthur Havers, whose victory
r. . was critain s iasi, xDao i los ANGELES. June 10
tne ynai stand or tne nome oreas AP1Vance Paze nut on one of
11.1. I U O O KHAibl I ' w - -
iiiib mourns wnu o. meatus the Kreatest performances In Pa
cific Coast league tonight as ne
pitched Hollywood to its fourth
Made just before the final round of the French women's duaMii cham
pionships at Paris, this photo shows the American team at the net with
its British opponents in a chat before the battle. The American team
composed of Elizabeth Ryan (left) and Mrs. Helen Wills Moody (second
from left) defeated Betty Nathan (right) and Eileen Bennett Whit
tinrotaH (second from rirht) of Ens-land by a score of 6-L64.
Recent Failure to' Appear
; Hot Pat's Fault; two
Main Events due
Vance Page Writes One For
Book; Hurls One-Hit Game,
Hits Homer, Triple, Double
W I, Pet W L Pet.
Holly. ..43 2 .623
Portland 4 28 .594
B. Fran. 3 30 .545
lOklnd 82 88 .471
Seattle -31 88 .449
Sacra- -31 38 .449
Lot Aoc 34 S3 .515 Mission 24 44 .353
I the course record, but he found
the chase after Sarazen too ex
hausting. His final round this
afternoon was a weak 76, giving
him third place, a stroke behind
Smith, with 74-71-68-76-289.
Great Britain right reserved.
Its importance to big
league teams 'barging ahead
toward pennantville was never
more clearly exemplified than in
the last few weeks of the major
league pennant races.
Take that marvelous winning
streak of the New York Yankees
as an example. Thirteen victories
out of fourteen starts! And in
that string of wins there were four
consecutive shutouts. A run of
forty consecutive scoreless innings.
one inning less than the American
League record set by Cleveland in
1 90S.' What difference did it make
that the, team was not hitting any
where bear its average? What
matter that the great Babe Ruth
was bitting under .300 for the
first time m many, many years?
Why, no matter at all, for the
Yankee hurling staff was dishing
. up a brand of pitching that was al
most impossible to beat.
Usually, during a prolonged win
ning streak, long, hard clouting,
with home runs plentifully inter
spersed, is credited with most of
the victories. But let the pitching
fail and there goes the winning
streak. All the hitting and run
making in the world doesn't mean
a thing if the other team is also
hitting and scoring more rans. As
the pitching staff goes, so goes the
ball club, if you'll pardon an old
George Pipgras, "Great Dane"
of the Yankees, scored one of those
four straight shutouts, the other
three falling to the lot of the reg
ular staff nurlers, Gomez, Allen
and Ruffing. Incidentally Pipgras
is well on the way to the form he
displayed In 1930 when he ac
counted! for m teen winning games.
three of them shutouts.
Already this year he has scored
two shutouts and has had a string
of f oar consecutive victories. His
return to form strengthens the
Yankees' pennant chances, which
already seem bright.
In Chicago the Cubs are crow
inc over the remarkable pitching
of Lon Warneke, husky young J
right bander, who was playing
first base for his high school team
five years ago. As Manager
Hornsby says, "the kid has cer
tainly been a sensation. He has
just found himself. And he helot
round out one of the best pitching
stalls in the National League.
Unly last year Warneke was do
ing most of his work in the Cubs'
Bull Pen and probably wondering
wnetner ne should continue bis ef
forts to be a big league pitcher ox
go back to the farm. But the
Winter back on the farm convinced
him that baseball offered him the
best chance and he joined the Cubs'
camp this Spring determined to
make the grade. How well he has
succeeded we leave to you and
those enthusiastic Warneke
Walter Johnson's Senators also
boast a pitching staff equal to the
best. Brown, Crowder, Weaver
and Fischer constitute a quartette
which has been churning up much
dust along the pitching road since
the season began. And Manager
Johnson, one of the great right
handers of another decade, pins
his hopes for success on tneir
ability to continue the pace.
For as Walter says, and wc
agree, "pitching is the vital factor
in the success ox any Mil clubr'
CofiUH. lfU. Klas Faatana WiXlMti, laa.
BACK III 2KB SPOT
straight victory over Los Angeles,
4 to 1, to cinch the series.
He held the slugging Angels to
one lone hit, and himself batted
out a homer, a triple and a dou
ble. and scored three of Holly
wood's four runs. He hit his hom
er In the third inning. In the fifth.
he tripled and came home on Ga
zella's infield, out. In the seventh
he doubled and scored on Bran
Only three Angels managed to
get on base. Summa doubled In
NATIONAL LEAGTTE th fonrth. and tcnreA on two in
W tl Pet. W It Pet fl-lJ PumnKAll w a a elfn An
Chiearo -29 22 .569 !N. York 23 25 .479 an error, rn.ua ouiom was un oj
Pitts 24 28 .511 Pbiia. 25 29 .463 pitched ball In the ninth
8. Louis 25 25 .500 iCmcm. . 24 31 .436 Par- didn't fan or walk anv of
his opponents, but had the cher-
RTjnnTTT.vv Jnntx mi uos uuaer sucn perieci control,
The Dodgers again dropped the that Jack Sherlock was credited
f!iihn Into second nlace todav.
tnn(nr a A-1 rierlstnn In a ram A I It H E
marked by a free for all fight m Los Angeles 1 1 1
fca flrof lnnlnr TTnllU Thnratnn HOllyWOOd 4 1Z. 1
I if.. . n V, n . . J
hplH thA Pnhfl to air h!Ll. raooa n -iupucii, M-Se aim
Chlcacro .S 6 1
Brooklyn ... 4 11 1
- Grimes, R. Smith and Hemsley;
Thurston and Sukeforth.
Phils Hammer Meine
Ducks Slaughtered .
PORTLAND, Ore., June 10
(AP) Fred Muller continued his
home run spree today to help Se
attle run off with the ball game
PHILADELPHIA. t June 1 0-r w,2Mf,?ta"l' 1 n l
. ; l Muller. who rannec
er In the picnic grove for a basket
Several matches In the spring
handicap will be wound up today
and Sunday. Though no interclub
match is planned, the Salem club
will be hosts to members of the
Eugene Country club Sunday.
Some of 'the early results In
first round matches of the spring
Curtis Cross , defeated Walter
Cllne, D. W. Eyre defeated R. C.
Davis, Dr Woodmansee and Don
Hendrie were all square after 18
holes and found it necessary to
start over again. The same was
true of the Ralph Kletzlng-Dr.
David B. Hill match.
Crowder Blanks Sox
CHICAGO. June 10 (AP) -While
Crowder gave up but three
scattered blows, his Washington
mates rocked three White So
pitchers for 14 hits and a 10 to 0
R H E
Washington 10 14 2
Chicago o 3 5
Crowder and Spencer; Jones.
Thomas, Caraway and Berry.
Michaels Blows Up
ST. LOUIS, June 10 (AP)
John Michaels pitched tight ball
7i .I UDLUU e oox today un
til the seenth inning when the St
Louis Browns knocked him out of
tne box and won the series final,
4 lO 3.
Boston 1... Kz
St. Louis .4 9 I
Michael, vu , . P
r- ! V "u iaiei ad-
umn; lug jf erren.
' Members of the Salem Golf
club will engage In a general jol
lification this afternoon and to
ight, the occasion being the
club's fourth anniversary.
Every member , is being urged
to put in an appearance and bring
along his wife or best girl. Golf
and swimming will be in order
late In the afternoon and as even
ing draws on, the group will gath-
I ffl ID
With the second round of kit
ball ended Friday, a new schedule
was drawn up on a 10-team basis
instead of . two-division six-team
plan. Five games will be played
each week, starting Monday night
The new schedule is as follows:
June 13 Maytags vs. State
June 14 Western Paper Con
verters vs. Wranglers.
June IS Valley Motors vs. Sa
lem Brick & Tile.
June 1 6 Salem Linen Mills vs.
June 17 Meat Choppers vs.
June 20 Maytags vs. Paper
June 21--Printers vs. Wrang-
June z2Valley Motors vs.
June 23 Tilers vs. Elks.
Jane 24 Linen "Mills vs; Court
June 27 May tart vs. Wnnr.
June 28 Printers vs. Tllem
June 29 Paper Convert t.
June 30 Valley. Motors
July 1 Elks vs. Courthouse.
"Velma Pressburg, society edi
tor of a semi-weekly newsnanPE-
i upoiou8as. la., nas been an-
iPoina a deputy sheriff.
Marion county team one year be- J aB
lore .tnat, appears to 'be out or
the picture this year. -
(AP) The Phillies hammered
I Heine Meine for 11 hits today to
defeat Pittsburgh e to 5. P. Wa
ller hit a homer for the Pirates
witn two men on oase.
R H E
Pittsburgh 5 15 1
Philadelphia 6 11
Meine and Grace; Benge and
Muller, who rapped out two
homers yesterday, repeated the
feat today, collecting one with
none on in the fourth inning and and RlccL
another In the seventh with two
Seattle's victory today evened
the series at 2-all, Zahniser, for
Portland, was knocked off the
mound in fhe seventh in which
Muller's circuit clout was the fea
ture of a five-run outburst.
R H E
Seattle 14 15 0
Portland 5 1
Nelson and Cox; Zahniser, Jac
obs and Palmisano.
"Off ag'In, on agln Plnnegan!"
Wrestling fans here didn't have
much use for Pat when he ap
parently walked out on them a
couple of weeks ago and failed
to meet Henry Jones for their
third match on the armory mat.
But it now develops that'Fln
negan was In the clear on that '
deal just a little slip-up some
where and so Matchmaker Har
ry Plant has wiped the matter
off the slate and arranged to
bring Finnegan back - next Tues
day for a no-time-limit bout
And thst's not all. It's a
double main event, with Art
Smertx, who made many friends
in his first appearance here
against Jones this week, pitted
against Bulldog Jackson.
Jackson has been packing them
in at Portland and Seattle, being
in much better condition than
when he first wrestled here, and
this bout, also scheduled a no-tlme-limit
affair, will be practi
cally on a par as an attraction
with the Flnnegan-Jones set-to.
Jones has beaten Finnegan
twice here but the second match
wound up In rather Inconclusive
style, with. Finnegan all but win
ning the deciding 'fall before an
injury to his arm put him out
of the running.
Seals Win Opener
OAKLAND. Calif., June 10
(AP) The San Francisco Seals
piled up 11 hits off Fay Thomas
here tonight to defeat the Oakland
Oaks five to four in the first game
of the series.
Jimmy Zinn, in the box for the
Seals, outpitched Thomas and fur
ther helped his own victory by
getting three hits.
LeRoy Anton offered the Oaks
a fighting chance to rally In the
ninth as he drove a home run over
the fence. Zinn, however, fanned
the next three batters in order.
. R HE
San Francisco 5 11 0
Oakland I 4 8 1
Zinn and Walgren; Thomas, Lu-
dolph and Read.
Flynn Stops Reds
SAN FRANCISCO, June 10
(AP) Sacramento trimmed the
Missions 7 to 2 here today as
Flynn, Senator twirler, held the
Reds to 7 hits while his team
mates were gathering 11. A Sena
tor rally in the sixth netted four
runs out of as many hits.
R H E
Sacramento 7 11 0
Mission 2 T 0
Flynn and Wirts; Cole. Bowler
But Must be Backed up by
Sound Business Policy,
Coast Chief Avers
I ILLAHEETO INVADE
Mountain climbing is a thrill
ing sport, but doesn't combine
well with baseball. And so all
outfielders who have, played re
cently on dinger field will, we
are sure, give three rousing
cheers for Frank Bashor, who has
been out there with a grader and
other implements the last few
days, removing mountains and
mole hills and whatnot.
So the outfielders will be
able to cavort Sunday without
risking so many broken legs
and will be able to keep at least
one eye on the ball without
risk of bumping into a bnnker.
Who are these West Side boys
who will play the Senators here
Sunday, anyhow T Well, f'rin-
stanee there's Jack Gordon, short
stop. He played that same posi
tion for East American Legion
Juniors, state champions last
year, and in the championship
series with the Marlon Juniors he
was awarded the individual- cup
as the most valuable man on eith
er team. He hit a three bagger
and a -single in the first game
which Marion won, drove in the
run that really decided the sec
ond game in East Side's favor,
and in the third game got on the
paths every time he went to bat,
starting both the rallies that per
mitted East Side to win. He cov
ered so much territory that he
handled 28 chances in the series.
Jack Eatch, another of the
luggers on that Legion Janice
team, will be in-West Side's
outfield and Billy Sutton, who
was the Juniors second aacker,
is utility Infielder. Jack Todd
I who was the Juniors' leading
pitcner win oe nere bat isn't
slated to work Sunday. "
Billy had a bright idea and
teamed np witn Howard Hobson
'of Benson Tech on this junior
ball business, figuring that
since Benson draws students
from all over Portland,, there
would be no territory limita
tions on their team. So they
signed np Lefty Leveen, the
boy who pitched East Side to
victory In the final game last
Braves Squeeze Out
BOSTON, June 10 (AP) A
long double by Worthlngton in
the sixth Inning .scored: UrbanskI,
and gave the Boston Braves a 2
ALBANY ON N
Speaking of Legion 'Juniors In
Portland reminds us that Billy
Garbarino whose boys battled It
out - with Frisco Edwards' Mar
lon county lads in the finals for
two successive years, and with a
Xllahee Country club's team will
invade Albany Sunday for a match
to 1 victory over the Cardinals wItn rolfers of that City. Play
today.' I w111 tart early in-the morning to
R H E I uouga me warmer poruon oi uie
st. Louis 1.1 o
Boston 2 8 0 The Hlahee players expected to
Hallahan and Wilson; Brandt participate are ranked as follows:
and Spohrer. , I Frank Shafer, Dr. Woodmansee,
Max . Flannery, William Stacey,
Giants Sweep Series I Jack Nash, Ernie Skelley, Robin
When advertising is used care
fully and Is backed by sound busi
ness policies It brings results now.
adays the same as it has always
done, Roy A. Hunter, president of
the Pacific Advertising Clubs as
sociation told the Salem club yes
terday at a luncheon meeting.
Hunter is on a tour of the coast
clubs advertising the 29th annual
convention of Paclfi ccoast adver
tising clubs which is to be held
July , 7 and 8 In Vancouver, B.
C. Mr. Hunter Is a resident of
"Never was there a time when
organization work in trades and
industries was so necessary as
now," Hunter declared. "The man
who keeps alive in his business
must get new ideas; the conven
tion is an ideal place to secure
Hunter said the forthcoming
ad club ' conclave would be a
"brass tacks convention" where
men in every phase of the busi
ness would conduct forums on
the peculiar problems of their
line of wock. He said headliners
had been secured for the gen
eral assemblies of the conven
tion while special entertain
ment features had been worked
out for the afternoon and even
Hunter whimsically described
the trend to "over-organization"
today but he defended the trend
by saying men rose to thefr best
through group activity. "The mu
tual exaltation one gains from
mpviiT tjTT t a vt v .. r a . ci u ii, aooge or society reauiis
ifl;;ViJ r;:-to better endeavor.-. he stated.
ly easy victory over RrV.Tr. ht Httnter " Introduced by Ted
States Davis cup team complete . T . i T M i
ed a two day eonoue.t of the PJ!1".1 l the VoTtA Adver-
NEW YORK. June 10 (AP) I Day, Brasier Small. B. Thomason.
The Giants made a dean sweep W. E. Chandler, Dewey Scar-
of their four frame series with I brouch. Walt Robinson. Jim Me.
somebody hollered and the city Cincinnati by defeating the Reds Clellantf.Gordon Wilson. C. N.
and state committees took up the I 4 to 3, today.
matter and ruiea against Gar- I ' R H E
barino and Hobson, whereupon! Cincinnati 1 2
iney waiKea out or tne meeting 1 New York 4 7 0
and are reported to have de- Lucas and Lombardi;" Hubbell
ciarea tney are aropping junior and Hogen, O'Farrell.
Needham, Ralph Jackson, Fred
Williams, A. R. Hunter, Joe De-
I Souza, Fred Bernaxdl, Earl Moot-
I ry and Cecil Gardner.
Mention of Frisco Edwards,
once again reminds us of some
thingthat the lato Three-Eye
arbiter will wave the Indicator
here Sunday when the Senators
and West Side play, and has
been engaged to umpire all of
the State leagne games herei
First Round oi
day conquest of the
South Americans and cleared the
final obstacle this side of the
lnter-xoire finals at "Paris July
22, 23 and 24.
Johnny Van' Rya and Wlrmer
Allison, a slick doubles team.
closed the series proper and as
sured Uncle :Sam thevchamp!on
shipn. of the Americas by over
whelming Rlcardo Pernambueo
and Ivo Slmone, (-1, (-2, 6-2 in
tv minutes. -
The three members of the
American squad will sail Tuesday
night on the Europa to com
pete at Wimbledon.
SILVERTON, June 9. The
fight card which is being put on
Saturday night by the local match
maker, Jim Reed, will Include a
10-round main ' event featuring
Ray Hannan and Willard Norton;
six rounds between Ernie Johnson
of Silverton and Melvin Sorrel of
Salem; four rounds between Bob
by Ambrose of Salem and Charles
McEwan of Silverton; Leroy Wil
liams, Scotts Mills, and Iver Jor-
genson. Silverton; B11 Brewer and
Ell Thornles, both of Silverton.
OHIO STATE LEADS
CHICAGO, June 10 (AP)
Ohio state's scarlet shlrted track
and field men got ' the Jump on
the field in the National Colleg
iate Athlstio association' cham
pionships today by qualifying for
seven places in tomorrow a tin
als. " ' ", . " - Y "
WIMBLEDON, Eng.. June 10.
(AP) Three Calif oralans.
Helen Wills bloody, Helen Jacobs
and Anna Harper, swept the Wim
bledon courts tor three straight
INGLEWOOD GOLF CLUB, Se- victoriesHoday without the loss of
attle, June 10 (AP) Grinding a set to give the United States a
out pars and birdies with ma-1 running lart in the annual
chine-like precision, Nell Chris-1 Wightman cup tennis series with
tun, professional of the Waverly Great Britain.
Country club, Portland, today Mrs. Moody. American and
potted a dizzy score of 284 for French singles champion, was de-
11 noies to become the first man cidedly erratic as she downed Mrs.
to ever win the Pacific northwest Eileen Bennett Whittingstall. f-2,
pen three times. -4. Miss 'Jacobs played soma of
The .stocky Portlander, who I her finest tennis in' trouneinr
captured his other two crowns in Dorothy Round, f-4. t-i. and then
iz ana isz, ana tied ror first teamed with Mrs. Harner to win
l- & . . I w
piace last year omy to lose out the doubles match of the day from
in a piayoii to Glared zimmer-1 Miss Round and Mrs. L. R. C,
man, ieuow townsman pro, set a I Mlchell, 4-4, t-1.
lerrmc pace at tne start 01 tne
tournament and never relinquish
ed his lead.
He was under par on all four
18-hole rounds, counting 70 and
71 yesterday and 71 and 72 to
day, over the par 73 Inglewood
course. He was eight strokes be
low par for the whole distance.
To Be Finalists
MEMPHIS3r Tenn., June 10.
(AP) With a fiercely foueht
Olin Dutra, long drivlnr pro- I victory over Berkeley Bell, of New
fessional at Los Angeles, slipped I York. George Lott of Chicago, the
Into second money in sensational 1 favorite, today advanced to the
style, scoring a -72 this morning finals of the national clay courts
ana anotner par-shattering card I tennis tournament -In which ha
of 70 this afternoon for a total will face Bryan Grant of Atlanta
of 290, six swings behind Chris-1 tomorrow. The score was 8-6, 4-1,
tian.- , - 15-7,1-2, 4-1. -7 ,
II. S. TEIIS TEAM
Earl Potter- sang two well-received
vocal numbers. His pian
ist was Mis Plummer.
' The tota'l of diphtheria cases
occur lng in Marion county this
year was raised to sine yesterday
morning when two cases, pre
school children living Just south
of the city limits, were reported
to the county health department.
Both suffering severe cases, nel-
W1r1 or Tfihrsll ltner child-had received immunl
ff Ail Clt Xa.ittctli.ls.tian treatments. Thev had been
ill for fhrea or four days before
Kltball fans saw one nip-end- the eases were reported, s
tuek and one shutout game la j Tracing -of contacts wjth. the
the double header on Sweetland I two children.- five-year olds.
field. Associated ' TJllt 'defeated I showed that most of the persons
the Elks by a 9 to S score; West- exposed wera immediate relatives,
ern Paper Converters blanked interest in this morning's tox
Salem Linen Millers 8 to 0. id clinic, for diphtheria lmmuni-
The batteries were: - jtation, is heightened by an-
Oils, Hessman and Duncan; Inonncement of the two cases.
Elks, . Barrick and Pode; - Con- I Dr. Vernon A. Douglas, county
verfers, Kitchen and San ford; health officer, expects ( that a
Aimers, eeruou ana uenarppori. 1 larger .number of children than
usual will - attend. The treat-
menta are given between
and 10 o'clock.
Church in South
Berry Crop Not
injured by neat
Warm weather and blazing sun
of the last two days have not dam
aged the strawberry, crop, but if
extreme heat keeps no well into
next week, it will sunburn , the I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gordon
berries so they cannot be used' tor 1 hava stopped in San Anselmo,
barreling or canning, packers say. I Cal., where Mr. Gordon will serve
as stated supply to tne local pres-
A net profit of 52 cents albyterian church during the sum-.
bushel for 463.5 bushels of corn jmer months. It plans work out he
red to 75 hogs was the return i will enter San Anselmo seminary
ot tour Pitt county, N, C farm-1 this tan to take a theological
' '''- . I course. They have scent the past
year in New Mexico in Indian sais-
One gold tooth ' was - all the I slon work. . Mrs Gordon .is a
loot obtained by two bandit In I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R C,
an Atlanta 'holdup. , Davis. 7