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The BROWNSVILLE HERALD SPORTS SECTION
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KUSTACK
.
WILLIS NOLAN of Santa Roaa,
who lor some unknown reason »
called 'Slobberin' Willie ’ by his
teammate* ai A AM, will ring
down the curtain on hus South
West conference football career
against the Longhorns today. Wil
li* had a long hard pull to make
the Aggie eleven but this year the
critic* are giving him a chance
at the All-Conference layout. A
story from Aggieland about the
Valiev boy reads.
"Like many other future stars,
Nolans name was little known
when he came to A AM. in the fall
of 1929 from Santa Rosa where he
had plaved high school football.
Ke spent hi* first days in the
freshman ranks a* a member of
the *‘B-' squad, the freshmen* sec
ond squad, not team. But he work
ed hi* way up, and hi* sophomore
year found him a* a varsity sub
stitute centrr capable of making
bis letter. He was "head man'' in
a group of three C.fdet pivot men
during the 1931 season. This year
he seem.s to be "head man” for
the mythical all-con.'crence plvo'
position. Willis is *2 years old. »
feet tall and neigh* 178 pounds.”
• • •
THERE 8HOULD be a darned
•ood fight over the Rio Sunday
night when Kid Olnares of Donna
mixes hook* and lab* with Carloa
Garda veteran lightweight OU
vare* h«* assumed the role of
ambitious youth a* against season
ed experience. It is dnubtfu! wheth
er the Valiev product can beat
Oam« but the fight should prove
Interesting. Carlos has fought all
tha really g<x>d boys in Mexico
and the Southwest for the past
four years Several years ago he
gave Brownsville fans a real thrill
when he fought a bloodv draw
with Sabino A para at Ft Brown.
Uf.Hrs FAST NIGHT
fBy The Associated Press*
DETROIT — Young Oeno. La
Salle. Ill. stopped Roger Bernard
Flint. <5*.
SIOUX FALLS. S D.— Kenny
Aum.ti, Alii.mce, Neb,, outpointed
Johnny Martin. Larchwood. Ia
'ill* Ti.h MiKenna. Tvndali
ked o Fir !c Ridgy Phil*.
netphta, (2).
SAVANNAH G«-Jor Kmght.
Cairo, Ga.. o it pointed Chick Ram*
ot Louis. GO*. Tom Hambrick. St
Lotus, a (1 Russ Rowm y New York
tlrew. i'Iok *
CbmS«AH °u~ & , akv Maggard
Rr^ f1 knocked out Mickev
Breeu, Louisville. (2*
SACRAMENTO, Calif - Maxie
ssrsa. NR*Covo',is0rp“n”a
SUNDAY
NOV. 27
FREE
BARBECUE
REYNOSA
MEXICO
-- Also -
FREE
BRIGE
FARE
All Day Long
Sunday, Nov. 27
The Reynosa Chamber of Com
;e extends a cordial inviu
and hearty welcome to the
. •< n< Mexico, to the
_!tixens of the Valley.
All the Main Clubs of Rrvnnva
Will Serve You with a
Delicious Dish of
BARBECUE FREE
From 11 o’CIock A. M.
Come and Enjoy Youraelf
We Welcome You!
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THOUSANDS THRONG TO LONGHORN, AGGIE CLASSIC
COOL WEATHER
! PEPS PLAYERS
Dop* Favors Texas But It
Doesn't Mean Anything,
So They Say
AUSTIN, Nov. 24.—UT— The
embattled Farmers of Texas A. A
M. and the atalwarti of the Uni
versity of Texas were ready for
their Annual Thanksgiving Day
• gridiron battle—« game that in
j the past has made football history
snd added much to the grid lore
of the Southwest conference.
An estimated 30.000 persons were
expected to witness the encounter.
The weather forecast was “clear
and cold.’* A heavy rain, which
started yesterday afternoon, had
dwindled to an occasional flurry
Uat night. The rain slackened
after a sharp decline in tempera
ture.
Today's game marked the 38th
time the Farmers and the Long
horns have met on the grid.ron
field of battle. Texas sought re
venge for the 7-6 defeat suffered
in the last Turkey day tilt, whLe
i he Aggies sought balm for some
of the gridiron wounds that hav»*
fallen to their lot in the curren
campaign.
Is Out
Both teams mere handicapped
bt injuries. Texes was without the.
aid of it* regular quarterback
: Hank Clemis, while several of the
Aggie players mere not In the
best of condition.
A win for Texas would give
Texas a chance for a tie wVn
' Texas Christian University for the
j conference crown The tie moulo
ensue if T.C.U. was defeated by
Southern Methodist University
Saturday.
A win for the Aggies would make
the season moderately successful,
since A & M. supporters mould
rather see the Aggies topple Text*
than moat anything else.
Texas ruled a slight favorite,
by virtue of its record. Critics
j however, mere inclined to discount
; the dope and mere prepared for
' almost anything to happen. Thev
mere not unmindful of the trad.*
lion that the underdog as a gen
et al rule, ha* been returned the
winner in this colorful engage
ment.
The Longhorns relied for vic
tory on the offensive ability of it*
back field and pinned its hope*
partirularlv to the elusiveness of
Hilliard, the blocking and pass
j catching ability of Stafford and
! the passing and plunging of Koy.
Hatch Spencer
Domingue. quarterback, who con -
I tnbuted much to the Longhorn
Q» feat of last year. Spencer, Aston
ai:d Barfield, his backfield mate*,
mere nominated to carry the brunt
of the A. and M offensive.
Spectators anticipated with in
terest the duel between Koy ana
Spencer, opposing fullbacks Koy
has been hailed as the greatest
Texas fullback in years while the
A. Si M fans believe Spencer is
one of the be*t line plungers ever
I to take the field.
The two lines were regarded as
being about even in ability.
The A 4 M squad arrived early
today. The squad spent the night
at Taylor and arrived m time to
lake a rest before the hostilities
started.
The game was called for 2 p. m
The probable lineups:
Texas Poe A4M
.. Connelly
Left End
Benton . .Jordan
Left Taekle
Braiy . Woodland
Left Ouard
®m,rh . Nolan
Center
Cook (c) . Maxwell
Right Guard
. Irvin
Right Tackle
Pric* . Cum mines
„ lw Rlfhl
**nkhfd .... Domingue
Quarterbick
. Oraves
Left Half
H.ni*rd .. Barfield
Right Half
—.. Aston fe»
Fullback
Officials* Meyer fT.C.U) ref.
cree; Minton 'Indiana) umpire*
\iner. 'Missouri) head linesman*
Fraaier (Baylor) field judge.
Micks Hampered
By Bad Injuries
SOUTH BEND Ind, Nov.— V_
Notre Dames football Ramblers
rambled toward New York tor the
Army engagement today with ev
en- sign of a hospital except a
Red Cross nurse.
Five players, including George
Me’.mkovich. were suffering from
mild attacks of influenza ana
Coach Hunk Anderson was pes
simistic for the first Umc in his
coaching life.
*'Wr ll do well to hold the Armv
to three touchdown* Saturday,” he
moaned "Maybe some of ou- sick
boys will get in the game for a
while but even if they do H looks
like a bad day for us. The Army
h»* a great team and it * always
greater when we come along '"
Mellnkovich. ttw best ground
gainer on the squad worried Coach
Anderson more than the other
sick players. Jim Harris. Dominic
Vairo. Emmett Murphy and Ray
Boland. The big fullback, one of
the moat dangerous open field
runners ;n the game, failed to
shorn- any signs of rapid recovery
although he insisted that he would
be ready.
*^ »▼***♦*♦ * * * * *»¥*****«.
Interest Centers on Valley Championships
THEY’LL 11EL1' LONGHORNS A GAINST AGGIES
i
8C/££ -half
TROOP A WINS
FIED EVENTS
Machine Gun Troop Second
And Troop B Is
Third
Troop A, 12th Cavalry, com
I mandrd by Captain Benners B
Vail, ran up the greatest number
of point* in the field day at Fort
Brown, Wednesday, and «u de
' dared the winner of the meet.
' Troop A will have the distinction
! of bearing on the troop guidon the
athletic pennant of the regiment
until next competed for at a
regimental field day.
Competit.on at this meet was
keen and the winner undecided
until running of the last event, the
rescue race. Troop A made a total
score of 136: machine gun troop
placing second with 120. and Troop
B placing third with a total score
of 68 points.
The Roman riding race wra*
highly spectacular which was
handily won by Prite Porter Troop
A The musical chair race and
mounted wrestling furnished spec
tators a great deal of amusement,
while the reveille race, alow mule
race, caterpillar race and the
rescue race were equally entcr
i taming. The 100 yard dash was
won by Private Fesmire, Troop A
Upon conclusion of the meet
Colonel Francis W. Glover, com
manding Fort Brown, presented
the athletic pennant to Troop A.
and also a basket ball trophy and
a cup for the small bore competi
tion which Troop A previously won.
Corpus Juniors In
Win Over M’Allen
McALLEN Nov. 24— McAllen
junior high school Bull pups lost,
their second game in five consec
utive seasons Tuesday afternoon
by a single point as the powerful
Corpus Christi junior fugh Buck
aroos slashed their way to a 14-13
win for the South Texas mythical
championship.
Too much Captain Charier Haas
! caused the Bullpups’ downfall, but
the Mc Allen club came back in the
j l**t half of the game, after trail
mg 14 points behind for th« first
half, to score two touchdowns ana
‘ throw a genuine scare into the
Gulf Coast team.
Haas' w'ork was beautiful to be
hold. He passed, he punted and
he ran and his runs were the
most telling of all the Buckaroo
offensive threats. His slashes at
the tackles and around right #nd
nearly always resulted in gams for
five to ten yards.
WRESTLING LAST NIGHT
‘By 'The Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA - Ed (Strang
ler) Lewis. 215. Los Angeles, threw
Olenn Munn 220. Nebraska. 10 22
NEW YORK—Abe Coleman, 204,
Los Angeles, threw Rudy Duaek,
212, Omaha, 38:30.
HARRISBURG Pa.—Tom Mar
i wn, 208 New Mexico, threw Her
man Hickman, 240. Tennessee
| 20:10.
— TODAY Only —
THE GREATEST OF ALL
FOOTBALL PICTURES
Frank Carideo — Ernie Neveri
Chris Cagle — Albie Booth
and the 1931 All American Team
“The All
American"
with
Richard Arlen
James Gleason
Gloria Stuart
It s a Real Thrill.
- ALSO -
SILLY SYMPHONY
COMEDY — PICTORIAL
Traditional Battles
Scheduled for Today
BY HIGH S. FULLERTON, JR
NEW YORK. Nov. 24 <JP>—'The
pressing annual problem of how to
combine *he two leading Thanks
giving pastimes—-eating a turkey
dinner and watching a football
game—again faced the fans of the
nation today and the indications
were that football would win out in i
many quarters.
The schedule wasn't a long one.
but, backed by tradition and carry
ing the importance of champion
ships. what games there were seemed
certain to attract some of the sea
son's largest crowd. .
( In the east. Brown and Colgate
not only fought for the mythical
j sectional championship, a* the only
; unbeaten and untied teams in the
-. . .-.
Centenary Meets
Arkansas Today
SHREVEPORT La, Nov. 24
* <&—Determined to preserve their
tecord of no defeats for the sea
son. the Centenary College Gentle
men presented their full strength
to Arkansas here today in the
annual gridiron battle ot the two
elevens.
Rain yesterday made the playing
field slippery and local fan* ar»
: apprehensive over the chances of
: the fleet and tricky Centenary
backs to penetrate the heavy Ark
ansas forwards.
Both teams were reported in the
| best of condition for the fray.
Prohable line-ups;
Arkansas Pc*. Centenarv
| Nations . Gelsler
Left End
: Stout . Oliphant
Left Tackle
Edmondson . Blake more
Left Guard
I Edison . William*
Center
Martin . Waters
Right Guard
Boettle . Taylor
Right Tackle
B,,c*er . Osborne
Right End
Murphy . Smith
Quarterback
L^orge . Murff
Left Half
O. Jordan . Parker
Right Half
BW<U« . Cameron
Fullback
Wrestling Card
Here Thursday
An all - heavyweight wrestling
card will be presented at the V. F
W arena here Thursday night,
! with Stan Aogers, Art Mondt, the
Red Demon. Sol Slagle Geo. Coch
rane and Abbie Edds slated to ap
pear.
Pairing* have not been an
] nounced.
The card will get under way at
I 8:30 p. m.
| - Your -
- SUNDAY -
Richard DIX
Ann HARDING
In
“THF.
Conquerors"
Greater Than
“Cimarron'
whole eecuon, but settled the foot
ball vs. turkey conflict by starting
their game at 11 a. m.
Both were outstanding among the
nation's teams and the winner was
sure to get some serious considera
tion In choosing the eastern team
for the New Year s day game at the
Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
Sharing interest with Brown and
Colgate in the east were the his
toric Pennsylvania-Cornell rivalry
and the younger but still interesting
clash between New York Univer
sity and Carnegie Tech.
Nebraska, favored to continue the
record which brought it the Big Six
championship, held the center of the
mid-western picture with ns an
nual struggle with Missouri, while
Detroit* Titans engaged in an in
tersectional struggle with Oregon
State.
Southern California, recognized
national champion of 1931 and the
probable western selection for the
Rose Bowl classic, squared off
against Washington m the big game
on the Pacific Coast. The Trojans
were expected to win. The Univer
sity of California at Lot Angeles
offered an attraction of only slight
ly less importance, facing Wash
ington State.
In the sou ill. where fewer Thanks
giving Day games have been side
1 tracked to other dates than in other
| sections, a half dozen outstanding
games lured the faithful away from
the festal boards. Tennessee an1
Vanderbilt, two of the unbeaten
i teams in the Southern conference
and challengers of Auburn's title
claims, swung into action against
major foes. Tennessee* volunteers
faced Kentucky and Vandy met
i Alabama.
Those Gents
The Centenary Gentlemen, a teair
from a "small” college which wau
big enough to remain in the rank,
of the undefeated and untied, ven
tured Into the southwest sector for
a game with Arkansas, which ruined
last year's record.
Another set of traditional rival
ries between Southern conference
team* brought together Virginia
and North Carolina. North Carolina
State and South Carolina and Vir
ginia Military and Virginia Poly
Tech.
TVxas and Texas A. A M. led oil
tha Southwest conference.
A ... .
NOW SHOWING
Two Great Stars In their
supreme achievement
William POWELL
Kay FRANCIS
In
“ONE WAY
PASSAGE”
Their first big hit of
the New Season.
— See It At —
Browntvilies Popular
Priced Show • • •
QUEEN
— Friday — Saturday —
A spectacular romantic drama
enacted in one of the most
picturesque arenas ....
“MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN”
frith
lack Oakte — Tom Melrhaa
Miriam Nixcm — Zuu Pitta
Lew Cody — William Boyd
A Great Cast — A
Greater Picture
EAGLES PLAY
AT HARLINGEN
Mercedes Must Defeat Her
Old Rivals to Cop
Pennant
VALLEY FOOTBALL
Thanksgiving
Brownsville at Harlingen < A"
championship).
Mission at Mercedes.
Donna at Edinburg.
McAllen at San Bcrutc.
Wednesday
R.o Hondo 24. La Peria 0.
The two schoolboy championships
of the Valley—“A” and “B"—hung
in balance Thanksgiving afternoon
Brownsville invaded Harlingen for
“IN OUR
ALLEY”
Sure—
We are thankful—
And so are you—
If you just stop to think
about it.
It's a grand old life—
Win. lose or draw.
We are glad we are
alive—
Glad we are alive in
Brownsville.
And hope we will con
tinue to be alive—
In Brownsville,
For many, many years.
We arc thankful that we
have lots of things—
On which to build for
the future.
Sure—
We’re Thankful.
And we are going to
keen that way.
Hope you have a good
dinner—
We did!
See you Friday.
I-— . - —
a traditional annual engagement
and the winner will be crowned
•A" champion of the Valley. The
prue, if any. for the winner will
be the dubioue honor of playing
the neighboring district champion
probably Corpus Chrlstl
Mercedes has the b • title prettv
*•0 under her thumb but Juit to
rrake things regular she must de
feat the Million Eagle* This is an
old grudge battle and is certain to
be hotly contested, regardless of
the outcome The T.ger* are over
whelmingly favorite* but the lurk
i in* possibility of a defeat easts a
dark shadow over the Feline*. Mis
sion has everything to gain and
not mg to lose—so look out Tigers
Should Mission defeat Mercedes
and Donna win over Edinburg, the
Redskins will win the Valley ‘B"
bunting. But such is not likelv.
! Tbe dope indicates victories for
Mercedes and Donna both.
McAllen and San Benito renew
-- -'■■■ l ■ a
their old grid feud at flea Bentttf
Thanksgiving. This game has little
significance in the pennant raae
but it means a lot to those Hound*
and Bulldogs.
At Colon, Canal Zone, the rain
fall in the wet season averages 111
inches.
Better Than Soda
For Stomach Agony
Certainly reputed trials htva
shown you that soda can not be
counted on to end your stomach
agony. And magnesia is no better.
If you really want to get rid of
stomach distress, forget these so
called alkaline digestants and Just
take a tablespoonful of artificial
stomach Juice, or mentha pepsin,
with your meals. The difference is
magical. No gas. No pain. No bloat
ing. No unpleasant symptoms at
any kind.
You can absolutely count on men
tha pepsin. Money back, says Mc
Kays Pharmacy, any time It lets
you down.—Adv.
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