Senators Discover That
The New Yorkers
NEW YORK, Oct. 4-H^j—Prowl
ing about the baseball strongholds
today was Joseph Edward Cronin,
young leader oX the Washington
senators, rallying his forces for the
second game of the World series,
and keeping a sharp lookout for
those fellows who told him Bil*
Terry's Giants couldn't hit.
It was probably less of a shock
to him than he'd care to admit
that Carl Hubbell, screw ball king
of the National league pitchers,
struck out ten of his own migncy
batsmen and allowed but five hits,
all singles and a couple of tnem
scratchy, as the Giants raced away
with the opening clash of the an
nual inter-league battle, 4 to 2.
But there was plenty to amaze
him, and with him the Amertcm
league experts who conceded ttw
pitching mastery of the Glams'
staff but laughed at the mention or
their attacking power, so light dur
ing the regular season that four
teams in their own league outoa
There was a major change In '.he
tone of all concerned as Cronin
definitely nominated “GeneraF Al
vin Crowder, his right hand star
and wheel horse all season, to work
the second game against young nai
Schumacher, the Giants' right
handed sinker ball sensation, who
has been Terry's second game
nomination for at least a wees.
BAN BENITO. Oct. 4-Details of
a six-team winter playground bail
league which will open play Mon
day night wiU be worked out at a
meeting at the city hall at 7:30 p.
Teams entered ao far are Lions.
Dr. D. D. Kram. manager; Rotary,
John H. Tucker; Firemen-Poiice,
J. A. Goolsby; Federais, John At
kinson; Merchants. Homer Davis;
Firestone. Adolph Thomae.
Games will be played four nignts
a week, Mondays’ Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Fridays.
Johnny Cruz Returns To
Valley Scraps Thursday
Johnny Crux, curly haired little
120-pounder who used to wow
Brownsville and Mercedes fight
fans with his clever boxing ability,
has been signed up for the main
event of the boxing card to be held
at the Vets' arena here Thursday
night. It has been three years
since Johnny campaigned in the
Delta, but if he is anywhere near
his old form the fans should see
It was Orux, a stand-up scrapper
Mike to Battle
(Special to The Herald)
HARLINGEN, Oct. 4 —Kid Mon
terrey, so It seems, told a group ol
friends he could beat Mike Mar
tinez without half trying. The
friends lost no time In spreading
the news and it reached Mar
tinez' camp. It was too much for
little Mike, who rushed in to Promo
ter Doc Cook and demanded that
he be givne a shot at Monterrey.
80 they will meet in the 10
round main event of the fight card
to be presented at the American
Legion arena here Friday night.
Martinez opened his Valley cam
paign by giving Dick Wymore a
fancy lacing and last week got a
draw with Jimmy Azarella. Mon
terrey got a draw with Wymore on
the last card.
The 8-round semi-final will pit
Jiggs Stockton. 155 pound Harlingen
boy who Is now In the army at Ft.
Ringgold, and Raul Mendiondo,
153 of Harlingen who Is Lupe Ro
The special event, bringing to
gether Azarella and “Gallo" Guerra
of San Benito may steal the spot
light. This is certain to be an in
teresting tussle from beginning to
end. Guerra, old Valley ItfVHtt,
got off to a flying start by kayoing
Juan Omar. Azarella got a draw
with Martinez last week, and may
give Guerra a fancy boxing lesson.
Wednesday—Federals vs. P.-A. A.,
A. C. vs. Gateway
Friday—Elks vs. Veterans. Rotary
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who rarely took a backward step,
who came to this section and cool
ed off Kid Monterrey who was
knocking them high, wide and
His opponent Thursday night will
be one Kid Johnson who halls from
San Antonio. Little is known of
the Kids ability, but according to
his press notices he has been an
up-and-coming bantam in the
The semi-final, however, is cer
tain to give the fans a run for it
brings together “Gorilla" Morales.
! tough and clever Nuevo Laredo 120
pounder, and Dan Carter, Corpus
Christi battler. Morales, who has
beaten Charley Delgado and Kid
Monterrey here, has never been
Trounced In this section—or in very
few other sections as far as that
goes. Hie Nuevo Laredo scrapper
looks like the cream of the crop
which has appeared in this sec
tion. Carter may be able to give
him a run.
The special event brings back
Manuel Jaramillo, 144 pound Mata
moros product who is piling up a
long series of quick kayos. Jara
! millo has not been beaten, taking
his fight lessons from Manuel
Zermeno. In his spare time he is
a waiter at the Matamoros Cafe.
His opponent will be Jimmy Hard
well who recently won the 140
pound championship at Ft. McIn
A full program of preliminaries
is being rounded out.
The bouts get under way at 8:15
p, m. Thursday at the Vet Arena.
Old Injury Jinx
Is After T. C. U.
PORT WORTH. Oct. 3— The
Texas Christian University Horned
Progs found themselves face to
face with the old injury jinx when
they started this week to work out
a way to beat the Arkansas Razor
backs in Fayetteville next Satur
Paul Hill. 240-pound sophomore
guard, depended upon to do much
toward strengthening a line almost
demolished by graduations last year,
is out with s broken leg. Charlie
j Casper, ace man of the backfitud
j in the three games played so far
this season, has a hand injury that
will prove a terrific handicap. Rex
Clark, promising sophomore ball
lugger, has been out for a week
with a bad foot and may not be in
shape to go against the Porkers. Cy
Perkins, tackle, also injured nls
hand in last week’s game.
Coaches Schmidt and W’olf have
never quite determined just what
combination will click. Apparently,
there is yet no such thing on the
Frog squad as first-string men.
The starting combination has been
changed on the second play, ana
its’ never quite the same twice in
succession. The injuries will add
to the uncertainty.
Bears Are to Hold
WACO, Sept. 4.—After having
won their first football game ot
the 1933 season from tne St. Ed
wards Tigers to the tune of 20-6,
the Golden Bears of Baylor Uni
versity have two weeks of pratice
behind closed gates before tack!,»5
the Arkansas Razorbacks in the
Initial conference battle of the
year for Baylor.
Coach Morley Jennings announced
Monday that his Bears will scrim
m8< and run some new plays be
fore meeting the Centenary Gentle
men at Shreveport Saturday, and
will not open the gates of the
practice field until after the Ar
kansas contest on October 14.
Team W.L. Pts, Op. Pet.
T. C.U. 3 0 74 6 1.000
Texas . 2 0 68 6 1.000
Arkansas . 2 0 82 7 1.000
A- Az M. 2 0 51 6 1.000
Bailor . 1 0 20 6 1.000
S M U. . 1 1 14 7 .500
Rice . 1 1 7 13 .300;
Last Week's Results
A. & M.. 13; Tulane. 6.
L. S U., 13; Rice. 0.
T. C. U, 13; North Texas Teach
S. M U.. 14; Texas Tech. 0.
Texas, 22; School of Mines, 0.
Arkansas, 42; Oklahoma Baptist,
Baylor. 20; St. Edwards. 0.
This Week’s Gaines
Friday—A. & M vs. Sam Hous
Saturday, at Fayetteville—T. C.
U. vs. Arkansas; at Dallas— S. M.
U. vs. Texas School of Mines; at
Lincoln—Texas vs. Nebraska; at
Houston—Rice vs. Loyola; at
Shreveport^—Baylor vs. Centenary.
(Bv The Associated Press)
CHARLESTON. S. C—Jack Kil
boume. 159. Enid. Okla., knocked
out Eric Lawson, 188. Brooklyn, N.
LAUREL. Md—Eddie Burl. 125,
Jacksonville. Fla., outpointed Ben
nv Schwartz 123. Baltimore, (10).
SAN JOSE. Calif.—Tony Curro,
147. New York, outpointed Babe
Anderson, 147. San Jose, (10).
PORTLAND. Ore—Young Peter
Jackson. 135. Los Angeles, knocked
out Johnny Datto, 133, Manila, P.
OTTAWA—Eddie Carroll. 136.
Ottawa, stopped Tommy McCarthy,
131 1-2. Ogdensburg. N. Y.. (3).
Frank Martin. Montreal, outpointed
Horace (Letfy* Owynne. (Gh I^be
Amos. Terre Haute. Ind.. outpoint
ed Jack Dugay. Bangor. Me.. 3).
Odds Shift To
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. (P'—A
shift in betting odds today had
esiabluhed the New York Giants
as favbrites to win the World
After the Giants had won yes
terday's opening game. Broadway
commissioners quoted 10 to 7 .on
the Giants to win the series as
compared with the 6 to 5 price
offered before the series began
with Washington favored.
Even money was quoted for to
day's game with Hal Schumacher
opposing Alvin Crowder on the
John McGraw Compares
Him to One and Only
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, Oct. 4—(A»>— Carl
Owen HubbeU today was no less
the topic of the most feverish world
series debate than he was belore
he stepped out and checked the
Senators in the opening game be
fore an unexpectedly big crowd of
nearly 47,000 cash customers in the
Even the most rabid Washing
ton rooters admitted Hubbeli's
greatness under fire, his courage
and control in a closing series of
difficult situations. Where Ameri
can leaguers cling to the hope, hr
not the conviction that the Giants'
southpaw may be less baffling on
his next appearance, the National
league forces now look for the lean
left-hander to be the deciding
factor and more effective as tne
"The answer is that they came
up and looked Hubbell in the ey9
in the stretch—otherwise the eighth
and ninth innings — and thev
couldn't pass him," gleamed Bill
Terry, black-haired manager of the
Giants. "The only thing wrong
with Hubbell when he lost control
in the eighth, was that he was not
•following through’ momentarily.
He felt the chilling breeze and
tightened up a little. He said his
arm was all right and that lie
wanter to finish the game. Any
time he feels that way about !t,
Carl Hubbell can finish the game
for the Giants.
"If the Senators think they have
his number now, they will have a
chance to find out. Hubbell will be
in there for us a~ain.”
Two grayheads of baseball. John
Honus Wagner and Jonn Jose;>n
McGraw, brought together mem
ories of the rare old days as tney
put their arms around each oth
er's shoulders in the corner of a
room filled with Giant enthusiasts.
To McGraw. Wagner still Is the
greatest all-round ball player of all
time. To John Honus, McGraw Is
still the shrewdest manager of
them all. They were unanimous,
too, that Hubbell Is the best pltcn
er to carry the National league
banner into the world series since
Christy Mathewson was In Ills
“They have qualities in common.”
suggested McGraw. referring to tne
man he regards as the foremost
pitcher of all time and the Okla
homa southpaw who started his
career under Mac. "Hubbell has
Matty’s coolness. He didn't become
flustered when things went against
him in the last two Innings yester
day. He is unquestionably a very
great pitcher and he gives c..e
Giants a big advantage in a short
It was altogether & pleasant day
for McGraw, who sew two of his
prize pupils, Hubbell and Mel Ott,
furnish the main essentials to the
Giants’ opening victory and the
first National league triumph In a
world series game since 1931. 0‘t
came to McGraw eight years ago,
as a 16-year-old Louisiana young
ster. recommended by a close friend
of the Giant chieftain. "Little Mel"
caught Mac's fancy as a hitter and
still does. His "four for four” yes
terday tied a world series record.
The Senators came so close to
snatching victory, in spite of Hub
bell, that they have lost little of
their confidence In 'taking’' the
“Hubbell’s great but we will take
the rest of the Giant staff and take
him the next time," volunteered
one of the Washington scouts.
•’You can’t stop a team of hitters
like our club very long. They simpiy
could not produce the hits in the
pinches yesterday. Why look at
that ninth-—three on, none out, and
nobody could get the ball out of
the infield! We give the credit to
Hubbell but it won’t happen again."
Orady “Too Tall" Reynold*,
elongated Southwest University
product who was pack master of
the San Benito high Whippets sev
eral seasons, heads back into his
old stomping grounds Friday,
bringing his Alice high Coyotes to
Mission for a tussle with the
Aguilas. There are several grudges
pending settlement between Coach
Claude Dailey of the Eagles and
Orady, and no amicable settlements
are in sight.
Back m '32 Mission had a great
season—except for an ignoble 12-3
defeat at the hands of Reynolds*
San Benito eleven. The Donna
Redskins, then coached by Dailey,
also was a hot shot number in the
Valley pennant chase until btf/ed
into the ashcan by the sprightly
Little is teiown of Orady’s squad
this season, but one thing is cer
tain—he will have a hard slant off
tackle which is hard to stop. That
is always the feature of Orady s
aggregations, take It from :w less
an authority than Dailey himself.
Claude finds himself lacking in
experienced material. Tiie talk
hereabouts is to the effect t**t
Mission’s choice material elected to
attend La Joya (Cactus University)
The Eagles, who went down be
fore Weslaco in the opener, nave
only two lettermen back this sea
son. Dan Friesen and Tony Munoz.
Boys showing to advantage among
the newcomers are Joe Pierce, Bob
Smith, James Parrish. Donald
Tripson and "Big Foot’’ Wallace.
• • •
At last “Doc" Osborn gets a break
—he has a monopoly on the fight
referee business, working weekly
cards at both Brownsville and
Harlingen. The ex-tooth yanker
also gets in a lick each Friday on
I the football games. The old Doc
formerly was a member of the
Tulsa Boxing commission.
• • •
TUCKER FIELD will be In readi
ness Friday for the opening foot
ball game of the season between
Brownsville and San Benito. The
grandstand and lence were blown
by the hurricane, but the fence has
been repaired and there are ample
bleacher seats available.
The Eagles are working hard in
pointing up their offense for their
The Hounds, with a victory over
Edinburg already tucked away, are
anxious to get another crack at
the Brownsville contingent.
Kid Zavala Wins
By Kayo in Sixth
(Special to The Herald)
SAN BENITO. Oct. 4—Kid Zava
la of Brownsville knocked out Bat
tling Roach. San Antonio, in the
sixth round of the main event here
Tuesday night on a card held at
the Juarez Theater for benefit of
the Catholic church.
Kid Zepeda of Brownsville won
the semi-final by knocking out Kid
Lopez of San Benito in the fourth.
Other results included: Kid
Brownsville and Kid Villareal drew
in three; George Tullos of Browns
ville kayoed Speedy Rodarte in
second: Battling Juarez lost on foul
to Baby Garcia of 8an Benito: Kid
Zepeda. Jr., decisioned Kid Perez
of San Benito.
Fight Over Rio
The Friday night fights in the
Arena Mexico (Matamoros) will be
headlined by a ten-round bout be
tween Joe Ruz, who claims the
lightweight championship of Vuc
atan, and Mickey Woolsaye. an
Oklahoma product, according to
announcement by Frankie Trevino,
veteran scrapper who is match
maker for the club.
» rravel Opportunities
McAllen • Reynosa
8:10 a. m. 7 30 a m,
10:00 a m. 9:00 a m.
12:00 p m. 11:00 a m.
2:00 p. m. 1:00 p. m.
6:00 p m. 5:00 p m.
4:00 p. m. 3:00 p m.
8:00 pm. 7. ) p m.
Special bus from Reynoea Sat
urday and 8unday. 10:90 p m.
PLAZA HOTEL— Phone 486. San
ders. Want passengers pay ex
pense plan; travel cheap In
private cars. Q60
5. Lost and Found
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1929 Studebaker Commander, 4
One 1931 Ford Sport coupe.
Used Electric Refrigerators
One Kelvinator, One Frigid
atre and one Zero Zone.
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“You know, Bertha, I don’t mention it often, but I vu
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OF THE ARMY AIR CORPS.
TOOK A PICTURE OF MT. RAINIER, IN
WASHINGTON, WHILE FILING IN AN
AIRPLANE 227 MILES AWAY, IN
THE STATE OF OREGON. FAMOUS
PEAKS OF BOTH STATES SHOWED
IN THE PHOTOGRAPH.
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INSTEAD OP NORTH
IT NESTS IN THE INTERIOR
OF THE AMERICAN CONT
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THE OCEAN COASTS.
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WERE UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPTS
OF NATURE ... THE FORMS' HAVING* BEEN CREATE C)
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