The BROWNSVILLE HERALD SPORTS SECTION
. AID YANKEES
Earnshaw Loses Three-Hit
Game to Browns
2 to 1
By HUGH S. FULLERTON. Jr.,
Associated Press Sports Writer
Jonathan Thompson Zachary of
the New York Yankees is not the
oldest pitcher in the American
league, in spite of his nickname,
“Old Tom.” Nor_is he by any means
the youngest. Tom became 33 years
old yesterday, and he celebrated his
birthday in harness showing the
youngsters & few things.
Last year Zachary led the Amer
ican league pitchers by winning 12
games without a defeat. He also had
the best earned run batting, giving
but 33 in 120 innings. Up to yes
terday, Tom had not done so well
during the chilly spring days, but
with the advent of summer wea
ther he scored his first victory,
beating the Cleveland Indians, 8 ta
Zach Gets Aid
Zachary received some aid from
another Yankee ancient. Babe Ruth,
,and from Roy Sherid. who is more
than ten years younger. Ruth con
'tTibuted largely to the five run
rally which decided the game by
iTteting his fourth home run of the
j Ison tilth two on base. Sherid
". !me to Zachary's rescue when he
weakened in the late innings.
Except in three National league
games yesterday, the pitchers had
the better of the major league bat
ters. Bennie Frey of Cincinnati and
George Earnshaw of the Philadel
phia Athletics turned in the best
performances, each allowing only
three hits. Frey won his game, but
Two of the three hits off Earn
shaw were made by the opposing
pitcher .Walter Stewart of the St.
Louis Browns, who pitched a six
hit game. The third was a homer
by Sammy Hale with one man on
base which gave the Browns a 2
to 1 decision. Frey won is third
straight game and his second 1 to
0 contest by stopping the Boston
Tigers Beat Senators
Earl Whitehill of Dertoit had
the better of three Washington
pitchers, holding the senators to
six hits for a 3 to 1 triumph. The
Tigers got eight blows. Horace
Lisenbee allowed the Chicago White
Sox a dozen hits, but kept them
harmlessly scattered while young
Tom Oliver led the Boston Red
Sox to a 6 to i victory. Oliver,
who has hit safely in 16 consecutive
games, got four blows in five times
The St. Louis Cardinals were in
the front bank of the heavy hitters
yesterday as they hammered five
Philadelphia pitchers for a 16 to 11
Not far behind came the Pitts
burgh Pirates and New York Giants,
dividing 31 hits in Pittsburgh's 16
to 8 victory.
The Chicago Cubs continued the
assaults on Brooklyn pitching by
hitting steadily to gain a 9 to 5
victory after Brooklyn had opened
the game with a home run drive
that brought four tallies in the
Naval Pact Hearing
Slated Next Monday
WASHINGTON. May 8—7P/—The
Senate foreign relations committee
will begin its hearings on the Lon
don naval treaty next Monday with
Secretary Stimaon. chief delegate
to the recent conference, exolaining
Its provisions and the events lead
ing to the agreement.
On the following day. the senate
naval committee plans to institute
hearings intended to ascertain the
views of ranking officials of the
navy department on the big-cruiser
.ses of the pact. Chairman Hale
lit. ves thev represent a departure
from established American prin
Organ Recital Today
(Special to The Herald)
McALLFN, May 8— Robert Os
born, Miss Winnie Owens, Miss
Katherine Weddle and Henry Por
ter Griffin will appear in an organ
recital to be given at the First
Methodist church Thursday night
by pipe organ students of Mrs. W
N. Pajme. Mrs. T. W. Dos ter will
be vocal soloist.
Church Meet Ending
AUSTIN. May 8—(P-—After four
days spent in sectional meetings,
departmental conferences, and dis
cussion of the problem faced by
churches as the result of the radic
ally changing times, the annual
Texas Christian convention entered
Its final stages today.
How to Reduce
Rub Gently Upward and Toward
the Heart as Blood in Veins
Flows That Way.
Many people have become des
pondent because they have been led
to believe that there is no remedy
that will reduc swollen veins and
If you will get a two-ounce orig
inal bottle of Moone's Emerald Oil
(full strength) at any first-class
drug store and apply it night and
fhoming as directed you will quickly
notice an improvement which wUl
continue untU the veins and bunches
are reduced to normal.
Moone’s Emerald OH is a harm
less. yet mo6t powerful germicide
and two ounces last a very long
tmf. Indeed, so powerful is Emer
ajjt Oil that old chronic sores and
are often entirely healed and
anyone who is disappointed with its
use can have their money refunded.
U druggists sell lots of it. adv.
Houston 4, Dallas 1.
Wichita Falls 4, San Antonio 0.
Beaumont 9, Fort Worth 1.
Waco 8, Shreveport 7.
Thursday s Schedule
Dallas at Houston.
Port Worth at Beaumont.
Shreveport at Waco.
Wichita Falls at San Antonio.
Standing of the Clubs
Teams t P- W. L. Pet.
Houston . 26 18 10 .615
Shreveport . 28 17 11 .607
Wichita Falls .... 25 15 10 .600
Beaumont .^ 24 14 10 .583
Waco . 26 12 14 .462
Fort Worth . 25 11 14 .440
Dallas . 25 10 15 .400
San Antonio. 27 8 19 .296
Cincinnati 1; Boston 0.
Pittsburgh 16; New York 8.
Chicago 9; Brooklyn 5.
St. Louis 16; Brooklyn 11.
Boston at Cincinnati.
. New York at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Standing of the Clubs
Team P. W L. Pet.
1 New York . 16 10 6 .625
Chicago . 21 13 8 .619
Pittsburgh . 18 11 7 .611
; Brooklyn . 18 9 9 .500
Boston . 16 8 8 .500
> Cincinnati ...... 18 8 10 .444
i St. Louis . 19 7 12 .358'
Philadelphia . 16 5 11 .313
Boston 6; Chicago 4.
New York 8; Cleveland 7.
St. Louis 2; Philadelphia 1.
Detroit 3; Washington 1.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Boston.
Cleveland at New York.
Detroit at. Washington.
Standing of the Clubs
Team P. W. L. Pet.
' Cleveland . 18 12 6 .667
1 Philadelphia . 18 12 6 .667
Washington . 19 J2 7 .632;
Chicago . 16 8 8 .500 ,
St. Louis . 19 9 10 .474
New York . 17 7 10 .442
Boston . 19 7 12 .368
Detroit . 22 7 15 .J!3
At San Benito: Brownsville vs
At La Feria: Harlingen vs. La
At McAllen: Mission vs. McAllen.
At Mercedes: Harlingen Red Ants
vs. Lions (double-header).
Tentative at Los Fresncs: Donna
vs. Los Fresnos.
..... hi i ■
MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
tBy The Associated Press.)
(Including games of May 7)
Batting—O'Doul. Phillies. .500.
Run»—Comorosky. Pirates, and
Herman. Robins. 19.
Hits—P. Waner, Pirates and Fred
erick. Robins. 34.
Doubles—Flowers. Robins. 9.
Triples—Suhr. Pirates. 5.
Home Runs—Terry and Jackson, i
Giants: Klein. Phillies: Wilson.
Cube: Herman and Bissonette. Rob
ins 5. ,
Runs driven in—Suhr, Pirates, and
Herman, Robins. 22.
Stolen bases—Cuyler, Cubs, 5.
Batting—Burnett. Indians .459.
Puns—Bishop Athletics. 21.
Hits—Oliver, Red Sox. 35.
Doubles—Regan. Red Sox 9.
Triples—Regan. Red Sox 4.
Home runs—Simmons, Athletics,!
Runs driven in—Simmons, athlet
Stolen bases—Cissell, White Sox,
CHICAGO, May 8.—<A»i—Four
National League veterans have been
declared ineligible by Commissioner '
Kenesaw M. Landis for failure to
They are Edd Roush, Giant out
I fielder: Johnny Cooney, Boston in
! fielder: Chester Nichols, Philadel
phia pitcher, and J. Pete Fowler.
! pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. !
1 insisting on
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Houston Defeats Dallas 4*1
As Waco Pulls Down
(By Associated Press. >
The Houston Buffs found them
selves sitting on top of the Texas
League rainbow today, after bowl
ing over the Dallas steers yesterday
4 to 1 and accumulating enough
points to rise above Shreveport’s
standing, the Sports having dropped
a game to the Waco Cubs 8 to7.
Beaumont's Shippers returned
home in time to administer a 9 to 1
drubbing to the Fort Worth Cats,
led in the onslaught by Billy Mul
len. former Cat. who served up two
homers and a triple.
Helpless before Wiltse’s 8outhpaw
slants, the San Antonio Indians
went down in defeat before the
Wichita Falls Oilers, 4 to 0. It was
their first game on the home lot
after a disastrous tour on which
they won three of fifteen games
Three players were struck off the
Indian list in accordance with the
Texas League rule limiting each
club to 18 players, effective Friday.
Third baseman Bill Huber and
pitcher Dick Moudy were released
outright. Outfielder Luther Harvel
was turned back to the Kansas City
club of the American Association.
Johnson As Manager
Following the resignation of Nig
Johnson as manager of the Browns
ville ball club. Joe Williams has
been named as his successor Will
iams is a veteran player who has
had professional experience
Johnson’s resignation follows the
unruly disturbance at the Browns
ville-Harlingen game last Sunday
when a visiting un.pire was assault
ed after a close decision in the
“I resigned because I do
not approve of any such action on
the part of the fans and was In
doubt as to whether it could be
curbed in the future,” Johnson said
“I did not know of the rowdyism
until after it was over. I had asked
for police protection before the
game, but only one officer was
present and he could not handle
the Irate fans.
T was an official umpire In the
Valley league back in 14. ’15 and ’18
and never got a kick.”
HOWARD PAYNE WTNS
BROWNWOOD. Tex. May 8.—OF
—Howard Payne college yesterday
chalked up its third successive Tex
as Conference track and field title,
scoring 77 points to defeat Simmons
University, which was second with
45 1-2. Austin college, with 15 1-2
points, was third: and Southwestern
and St. Edwards tied for fourth
with 13 1-2 points each.
MISSION CLUB ROUNDS OUT
SIX-TEAM VALLEY LEAGUE
HARLINGEN, May 8.—The Rio,
Grande Valley league was rounded!
into a six-club organization here j
last night with the admission of a
Mission club headed by W. C. Can
The league is now ready to open
its 18-week schedule May 18, with
Brownsville, San Benito, Harlingen,
La Feria, Donna and Mission com
posing the circuit. Opening day will
find Brownsville at Donna. La Feria
at San Benito and Mission at Har
lingen. The following Sunday the
schedule will reverse with Donna at I
Brownsville, San Benito at La Feria
and Harlingen at Mission.
President O. N. Boston was ill
and was not able to conduct the
meeting. The session was presided
over by Ben Epstein. The Mission
Rifles, represented by Ernesto Con
treras, arrived late and made ap
plication for the sixth berth, but
the other Mission team had already
been admitted, filling out the cir
The question of umpires was gone
over thoroughly. Umpires are to
make application to President Bos
ton at Harlingen. He will investigate
applications and name six compe
tent officials. The umpires, two to
each game, will be paid $5 each by
the home club. Managers were
urged to recommend competent
umpires to President Boston. The
concensus was that the ball-and
strike umpire should work behind
The $50 good-will check from each
club must be in the hands of the
president before the opening game
can be played.
Hal Eustace, statistician, was au
thorized to have official contracts
printed and forward same to
managers. The managers are to re
turn their rosters to Eustaoe in
care of The Brownsville Herald by
May 15. Each club will be allowed
to sign 16 men including the man
ager. The manager may, or may not
The official starting time of the
games was set at 3 p. m. It was de
cided that if it is raining in a home
town at 12 noon, the manager of
the club should notify the visiting
club by telephone.
Epstein recommended that the
various teams hold appropriate
opening days. He urged that the
games be advertised and that bands
be obtained if possible.
Official league scorers were named
8an Benito—Geo. Sanders.
La Feria—Alva Branch.
Mission—To be named.
The list of managers and where
they may be obtained follows:
Brownsville—Joe Williams. 42 Jef
ferson. may be reached through El
Jardin taxi service.
San Benito—Lew Williams, 318
A “Caterpillar” tractor-type
tractor—due to its traction
—will haul gigantic loads
steadily all day long in all
kinds of weather and tough
going. This often means the
successful and profitable
completion of difficult haul
ing jobs undertaken by con
tractors. Sometimes “Cater
pillars” are the only power
that can handle the job at
all when conditions are bad.
“Caterpillar” Tractors keep
other equipment busy and
have a place in the picture
wherever dirt must be
moved at a profit.
Golay-Kirkpatrick Tractor and!
1113-17 West Jackson Street—Phone 1030
Bonham, or C, P. & L. storeroom at
Harlingen—E. E. Rigney, 109
North A street, 'phone 247.
La Feria—F. E. Groves. 4200 East
Magnolia. Phone Serv-U station,
No. 49. for Information.
Donna—Roy Huff. For informa
tion ’phone Bill McReynolds at
Donna Irrigation District. No. 28.
Mission—W. G. Cannon, 1211 Lo
mita Avenue, 'phone 306.
Kentucky Derby Field Is
NEW YORK. May 8.—<JP—'With
the fifty-seventh runniit; of the
Kentucky Derby only ten days
away the probable starting field has
narrowed down to some thirty of
America’s outstanding three-year
If more than 22 answer the bugle
call on May 17. it will be a record
for the Kentucky Turf classic. Two
ears ago Reigh Count conquered
twenty-one of the country's best in
his memorable mud victory.
Whether a record number goes to
the pest depends much on the per
formance of William Woodwards
galant Fox In the $50,000 Preakr.ess
to be rur. tomorrow at Pimlico
Trainers and racing fans alike agree
the brilliant son of Sir Gallahad
III is the derby standout, but there
is a chance the vice-president ci
the Jockey club may not choose to
ship his 6tar west for the Blue
J. C. CHAMPS
FORT WORTH, Tex , May 8 —
OP)—The North Texas Junior Aggifs
of Arlington, yesterday took the
title in both the singles and doubles
of the Texas Junior College Athlet
ic Association tennis matches here
on the Texas Christian University
Gregory. Aggie ace, won in singles
by defeating Adams of John Tarle
ton. 3-5, 6-4. 7-5: and In the doubles
Gregory and Jackson took three sets
from Jones and Withers of Paris.
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
MONTREAL—Roger Bernard, De
troit. outpointed Leonard (Young)
Zaaarino. Jersey City. (10).
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