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15 STRUCK OUT
BY SZPEINSKI
Brownsville to Take On
McAllen Stars On
July 9th
<f1;»clal to The Herald)
EDINBURG July 3—With figt.
fepelnskl hurling three-hit ball aid
striking out IS. the Brownsville en*
try in thi Valley-Wide Playground
Ball Tournament eliminated the
Harlinger All-Stars 6-1 in a lively
contest hire Tuesday night.
S*t. Sipelnsd. who twirled tne
F~it Brown Yuikces to a first-hi.lf
jx aiant in the Brownsville league,
was in excellent form and he got
Sorless support from the team
Med together by Manager Sam
lesser.
No two of the three Harlingen
bingies came In the same inning,
and only one a? them was for extra
bases—a two-ply clout to short
oenter by W. Anderson in the ini
tial stanza.
The Hubclty twirlers, williams
and Nowlin, pitched creditable ball
but they rc-uld do little in the face
of nine errors by their teammates.
These errors, coupled with timely
hits and heads-up ball on the part
of the Brownsville aggregation al
lowed rum to trickle across in th*
second, third, fourth and seventh
innings.
Harlingen thr eatened in the open
ing stanza whei W. Anderson, the
first batter doubled sharply to short
center. The threat was ended when
Sgt. Szpeinskl bore down and whiff
ed the next thr?e batters in order.
Drake, Dav s and Garrison. It was too
bad then, for the “Old Barge" had
his dander up and that was the last
Harlingen batter to get on until he
walked Smiveley with two down In
the sixth. Again a strikeout wiped
out the threat with Williams being
the victim.
In the seventy W. Anderson sin
gled again, this time to center, and
took second ann third on passed
balls. Sgt. * Bki” arose to the occas
ion again b y striving out Drake and
Davis an! making Garrison trickle
out accord to ftst.
Snaveley ;r.ade the lone Harlingen
tally m tire ninth. First man up. he
apt a ducat to first. Nowlin whiffed.
W. Andertor walked, Drake lcfted out
to second and Di vis singled to cen
ter with Snaveley going home. The
game ended with Garrison flying out
to sec nd.
Brownsville broke the scoring ice
in the third .* tania when two walks,
error; at pluh, first and third and
R«Tie->l loos-* play allowed the visi
tors to chaise tw> runs across the
platter Marin and Jeanes scored.
Lessor scored in the third after
singling past short, taking second op
a passid ball and scoring on Wil
liams’ srror. The visitors completed
Iced tlv? gams away in the fifth with
two more tallies by Norwood and
Escobar. Singles by Rscobar and
lesser, severil errors and a passed
ball accounted for the tallies.
Jeanes made the final Brownsville
tally In the feventh when he got on
through a walk, stole second and
'vent horn* on E»«ibar’s single to
right.
“Lofo" Escobar, Sam Lesser and
Fred Trdla were the big hitters for
the winners, each getting a brace of
(ufeties. W. Anderson was the big
jrun for Harlingen, getting a double
and a single In three servings at
the platter. He got on another time
through a walk In the ninth.
Brownsville will play Its second
game In the toumsment next Tues
day when It takes on McAllen, win
ner over San Ber.ito 13-3 In the
tournament opener Monday night.
The Wednesday night game was to
; v TONIGHT
All Night Dance
At The
SAN BENITO
CLUB
Music By
Henry Durst
AND HIS ELEVEN
MUSICAL ARTISTS
I Dancing on the Night
July 4th, 9 til 1 A. M.
L
The Valley'* Coolest
Dance Club
pit Alamo against San Juan, and
the tournament will be resumed Fri
day with Mercedes tangling with
Edinburg.
Six teams are In the “big bracket"
and in order to take the title teams
:n this bracket will have to win
four straight. These teams are San
Benito, McAllen, Brownsville. Har
lingen, Mission and Donna. There
are four teams in the “short brack
et” and they will have to win only
ihbee straight to grab the pennant.
They are Alamo, San Juan, Mer
cedes and Edinburg.
The Tuesday night box score:
HARLINGEN— AB R H O A E
W Anderson, lb .. 3 0 2 S’ 1 4
Drake, cf . 4 0 0 2 0 0
Davis. 3b . 4 0 1 0 3 2
Oarrison, c.4 0 0 4 0 0
McElroy, rf.2 0 0 2 0 0
Medley. 2b . 2 0 0 1 1 2
Datx, 2b . 1 0 0 1 0 0
Richey. If ........ 3 0 0 4 0 0
E. Anderson, as .... 3 0 0 2 1 0
Snaveley, sc . 1 0 0 2 0 0
Williams, p . 2 0 0 0 2 1
Nowlin, p ........ 1 0 0 0 1 0
Totals . 30 1 3 24 9 9
BROWNSVILLE AB R H O A E
Sspeinski. p . 4 0 0 1 15
Jeanes, ss . 2 2 0 2 0
Norwood, If.3 1 0
Escobar, rf.4 1 2
Houghtaling. 3b .. 4 0 0
lesser, 2b .. 4 1 2
Ijope*. c .. 4 0 0 15
Dixon, lb . 3 0 13
Trdla. sc . 4 0 2 0
Martin, cf . 4 1 0 1
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
Totals . 36 6 7 27 18 0
By innings:
Harlingen .. 000 000 001—1..
Brownsville . 002 120 10*—6
2b Hits—W Anderson and Trdla.
Left on Bases—Brownsville ten.
Hurllngen six. Pitching Records—
Bxpeinski allowed three hits, struck
out 15 and walked four in nine In
nings; Williams allowed five hits,
•truck out one and walked one in
six innings; Nowlin allowed twc hits,
at'uck out one and walked none in
two innings.
TULSA OILERS
NEARING TOP
(By The Associated Press)
Tulsa was back In second place
in the Texas League pennant race
Wednesday and the club’s percentage
was very little under that of the
pace-setting Galveston Bucs.
A 4 tc 2 Tulsa win over Dallas Tues
day night while Oklahoma City wa.'
losing, 0 to 3. to Fort Worth lifted
the Oilers a notch ahead of the In
dians, and an 8 to 6 loss by Galves
ton to San Antonie shaved the last
margin of safety from the Bucs’
lead.
Led by Ivan Crawford, who rapped
cut two doubles and a triple, the
Oilers hammered A1 Baker off the
mound and experienced little
trouble in quieting the Steers. A1
Shealy, in winning the game, chalked
up his 11th victory.
With their bats active, the Fort
Worth Panthers fell in behind the
five-hit pitching of Crissom and
Mentarily doused Oklahoma City’s
hopes for first place in the loop.
Marleau and Griffin worked on the
mound for the Indians and were rap
ped for 10 hits.
San Antcnlo hit In the pinches to
dispose of the flashy Galveston Bucs.
Galveston emerged from an early
innlng battle of extra base hits with
a 5 to 2 lead, but Jack Jakuckl was
unable to hold It. Wlltse, Martlne*
and Mills hurled for the Missions.
Houston went wild to trample ever
Beaumont. 10 to 8. a win that gave
the Buffs undisputed possession of
fourth place. Bob Potter scattered
ilx Beaumont safeties while hla
teammates were pounding three
Beaumont hurlera—Gill, Fletcher
and Cook—for 13 hits.
YESTERDAY’S STARS
Bill Hallahan. Cardinals — Held
Pirates to three hits and no runs.'
Sam Leslie and Ray Benge.
Dodgers—Former drove in three ,
runs gnd latter limited Braves to
three safe blows.
Charley Qehringer. Tigers—Oot I
tc- Cleveland pitching for three
singles and home run, driving In
three runs.
George Hockette. Red 8ox— His.
relief hurling checked Senators.
Mel Ott. Giants—Drove out 17th
homer against Phils, sending three
; runs across plate.
Lou Gehrig George 8elkirk. Tony
Lfizzerl, Yankees—Accounted for six i
of eight runs scored against A's. j
Gabby Hartnett Cubs—Connected
with homer, douple and single,
driving In three runs.
:?asteuriration effectively destroys
boeine tuberculosis germs. Grisham s
I Milk Is pasteurised —Adv.
4th of July Celebration
BULL RING <v00
PLAZA DE TOROS p. m V
Reynosa, Mexico
25 —MATADORS—2
Emilio Regreny
TUMERARIO” OF MEXICO
-«nd—
Miguel Gonzalez
Of Part* — the Only French Matador tat the World
4 BULLS FROM jm
“GARABATO” 4
The Same Breed of Bulla Which Fought on May 5th
ADMISSION:—
SUNNY SIDE $1.00 SHADY SIDE $1.50
U. S. Currency
ECKHARDT IS
TOP BATTER
Former U. of T. Star It
Leading All Minor
Leaguert
DURHAM, N. C., July 3.—WV-A
new leader took charge of the heavy
batting in the minor leagues this
week when Oscar Eckhardt of the
Missions in the Pacific coast league
slipped up on Lou Skofflc of Bloom
ington to nose out the Three-1 slug
ger by a slim percentage point.
Latest available averages com
piled by the National Association at
Professional Baseball clubs show
Eckhardt clubbing .422, while Bitot
fic, a .466 hitter a week ago, nose
dived to .421.
Below is the table showing how
all the leaders are faring at the
seasons midway mark:
Bckhardt, Mission, Pacific Coast
422.
Skofflc, Bloomington, Three -1
.421.
Ferrell, Richmond, Piedmont .411
N&ron, Albany, Georgia-Florida,
408
Hodgin. Fieldale, B1-State .40?
Cate Lings, Muskogee, Western
Assn. .403.
Atwood. Johnstown, Middle At
lantic .391.
Puccinelli, Baltimore, Interna
tional .390.
Peploski, Scranton, New York
Penn .386.
Peckman, McKeesport, Penn State
.38€.
Qoldfine. Winnipeg, Northern 3TT
Dunn, Alexandria, Evangeline
.377
Gill, Minneapolis, American Asia.
J7f.
E. Browne, Little Rock, Southern
.273
Willingham, Sioux City, Western
J71
White, Fayetteville, Arkansas State
.370
Pyle, Tyler. West Dixie .339
Brandon. Sioux Falls, Nebraska
State .338
Prerost, Galveston. Texas .350
Harper, El Dorado. Blast Dixie
.347.
TEXAS LEAGUE
Standing
Team W. L. Pet.
Galveston . 45 35 .563
Tulsa . 42 33 .560
Oklahoma City .... 47 38 .553
Houston . 43 37 .538
Beaumont . 41 37 .526
San Antonio . 36 39 -480
Fort Worth . 34 47 359
Dallas . 28 50 .359
Tuesday's Results
Houston 10; Beaumont 3.
Dallas 2; Tulsa 4.
San Antonio 8; Galveston 6.
Fort Worth 6; Oklahoma City 3.
Games Wednesday
Fort Worth at Oklahoma City.
Houston at Beaumont.
San Antonio at Galveston.
Only games.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Standings
Team W. L. Pet.
New York . 41 24 .631
Detroit . 40 29 .580
Cleveland . 38 28 -569
Chicago . 33 32 .541
Boston ..«.••••••••• 34 33 .507
Washington . 29 37 .439
Philadelphia . 26 36 .419
St Louis . 19 44 .302
Tuesday’s Results
Washington 5; Boston 6.
Cleveland 3; Detroit 8.
New York 8: Philadelphia 6
St. Louls-Chicago. rain.
Games Wednesday
Washington at Boston.
St Louis at Chicago.
New York at Philadelphia.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Standing*
Team W.
New York . 45
Chicago . 38
St. Louis . 37
Pittsburgh ... 39
Brooklyn . 30
Cincinnati . 29
Philadelphia . 26
Boeton . 20
Tuesday's Results
Chicago 9; Cincinnati 3.
Pittsburgh 0; St. Loula 7.
Boston 0; Brooklyn 5.
Philadelphia 4; New York B.
Games Wednesday
L.
18
28
29
31
34
38
39
47
Pet.
.714
.576
.561
.557
.469
.433
.400
.299
Boston at Broklvn
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at New York.
Pittsburg® at St. Louis.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Knoxville 4; Chattanooga 3 (12
innimrs).
Little Rock 4; Memphis 8.
New Orleans 8; Birmingham 4.
Nashville 0; Atlanta 1.
MAJOR leagfe leaders
American Lea rue
Hitting—Johnson Athletics, 388:
Oehrlnger, Tigers: Vosmlk, Indian*
and Myer Senators, .348.
Runs — Oehrlnger, Tiger*, 88;
Johnson. Athletics and Oreenberg,
Tiger*, 55.
Run* batted In — Oreenberg,
Tiger*, 58; Johnson, Athletic*, 67.
Hits — Gehringer, Tiger*, 101;
Vosmlk. Indiana, 94.
Doubles—Oreenberg, Tiger*, 21;
Vosmlk. Indians, 21.
Triples—Stone, Senator*, 11; Cro
nin. Red Sox. 8,
Home runs— Oreenberg, Tigers,
23. Johnson. Athletics. 17.
Stolen bases—Almada. Red Sox,
IS; Werber. Red Sox, 12.
Pitching—T*mull*. Yankee*, 7-1;
Harder, Indians, 12-4.
National Lea gee
Hitting—Vaughan. Pirate*, J93;
Medwick. Cardinals. .367. ,
Runs — Martin. Cardinals. 56;
Medwick. Cardinals and Moore,
Oiants, 55.
Runs batted in—Collins, Cardin
als. 67; Berger, Brave*. 66
Hits — Medwick, Cardinal*, 101;
L. Waner, P.rates, 96
Doubles—Medwick. Cardinal*, 22;
Martin, Cardinals 21. ,
Triples—Suhr, Pirate*. 8; Boyle.
Dodgers; Goodman. Reds and
Oalan and Vavarretta, Cube, 7.
Home runs— J. Collins, Cardinal*
and Ott. Giant*, 17.
Stolen bases—Martin, Cardinal*,
8; Moore. Cardinals, 7.
Pitching—Pannalee, Giants, 8-1;
Schumacher, Oiants 11-2.
The
Sports
Spade
BULLFIGHTS Invariably are a
big Item In the Valley's Fourth oi
July sports programs, and two are
on the docket this season, one In
Matamoros and the other In Rey
nosa.
The Reynosa ring will present
an oddity In Emilio Regreny of
Paris, said to be the only French
matador In the world. The other
matador for the day -will be Miguel
Gonzales.
The "Blenvenlda" ring In Mata*
moros will put on a marathon
I event with three matadors sched
uled to kill seven bulls. There will
be no advance In prices for the
i “double-header” as the manage
ment Is anxious to gain the favor
cf the fans who were lred by the
last fight which was abbreviated to
one bull due to a downpour of rain.
In case of rain this time, rain checks
will be issued good for the follow
ing fight, the management has an
nounced.
• » i
SAM PERL Is loud la his praise
of Burt Hinkley and Trav Jennings
lor the part they played In the
Kiwanls victory over the Ooodyears
Monday night in the deciding game
of the second-half playoff series In
the Brownsville Playground Ball
league.
‘They should call Hinkley Iron
Man ” Perl says, “Why he drove all
the way fiom Houston, arriving
just before the game. And what did
I h* do? Why he hit a home run In
the fourth with the bags loaded!
Suppose he had not driven from
Houston? He probably would have
hit several home runs.
•'And don’t forget that Jennings
man. He handled three chances on
second nicely, and whanged out a
hit in the fourth.”
JIMMY GARCIA’S Delta Foods
nine of San BecJto has a full pro
gram mapped out for the week.
On the Fourth the Deltas will play
a double-header at Sebastian, ana
Sunday they will go to Laredo for
a twin-bill against the Lulaca.
The players making the Laredo
trip are Donaho and Castillo,
catchers* Lefty Carden, Lefty Var
gas. Lefty Tredlar, Bill Kschtlk
and Garza, pitchers; Rodrigues lb;
Fmlle Kachtlk. 2b; Gutierrez, 3b;
Alvarez, as; Ed Katchtik. ss; Oarcla,
rf; Contreras, cf; and Jacobs, If.
• • •
PAT HERRERA has Just about
completed plans for a four-team
girls' playground ball league here,
and she has called a meeting as
the 38th diamond for 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday.
Any girls Interested In Joining the
proposed league should be on hana
for the session.
Pat has been working on the
league for several weeks and now
haa lined up enough players for
lour clubs. If necessary, the circuit
will be enlarged.
• • •
THE KIWANTS club Is making a
final drive In an effort to sell the
remainder of the $10 bonds to be
used in erecting a night football
plant on Tucker Field, Approxim
ately 13S of the bonds have been
sold so far. but It is hoped to sell
at least 210 of them before the
sale Is closed out.
The bonds mature In five years
and pay no interest. The bona
issue is purely a civic move to give
rhe Brownsville high boys a plans
cn a par with those used by other
South Texas cities.
Sixty percent of the net gats
receipts on Tucker Field will be sei
aside to retire the bonds, and It is
believed certain that the bona
issue will retire Itself within three
years. The funds will be distributed
to the stockholders each time $500
is collected in the fund.
If the Kiwanis salesmen have
not contacted you, get In toucn
with Otto Manske, Robin Pate or
any other Kiwanlan and they will
will supply you with a bond.
This is one of your few chances
to materially help the youngsters
who play the grid game, and con
struction of the plant certainly will
be a big boost to football Interest
here. The game Is on the comeback
trail here, and the Eagles should
have a fine club this season. You 11
never miss the $10, and you will
ptt it back within three yean. Give
the grid game a boost with a $19
loan.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Columbus 8-5; Minneapolis 6-7.
Louisville 4; Milwaukee 6.
Toledo 10: 8t Paul 9.
Indianapolis 3; Kansas City 8.
Carbon forms only four one
hundredths of one per cent of the
earth's whole, but without It life
would perish from the globe.
MENTHOLATUM
Give* COMFORT Daily
BUO
THEATHE
LA FERIA
tBd*p«Ml«Dt Bom* Ovn*d Vhaatr*
Wednesday ud THandftT
‘Going to Town’
MAE WEST
New* and Comedy
“HOLD ’EM YALE”
Patricia Elite and Larry Crabbe furnish the romantic Interest in
Paramount's new Damon Runyon's comedy, “Hold ’Em Yale,’’ which
■hows Wednesday and Thursday at the Capitol, Brownsville, It's a
story of Runyon's famous Broadway "citizens” and what happens to
them when they tangle with society girls and football players.
STAR AMONG STARS
Joe E. Brown feels right at home posing with stars of his favorite
pastime in "Alibi Ike”, the Warner Bros, film showing Friday and
Saturday at the Capitol. Brownsville. Shown above (left to right) are
Babe Plnelll. Wally Hoqd. Joe E. Brown, Archie Campbell, Johnny
Bassler and Kay French.
Bulldog Schedule
Is Tough Layout
(Special to rtJf Hrraldi
McALLEN, July 3 —Only one open
date remains on the 1935 football
■ chedule of the McAllen High School
Bulldogs, according to Principal A1
Weir of McAllen High 8chool, In
charge of the schedule during the
summer absence of Coach Bob
Knight.
The Bulldogs play their opening
game at Harlingen September 27
against Coach "Dutch” Rektorlk's
Class A Harlingen Cardinals. Their
first home game will be played
against the Mercedes Tigers at Mc
Allen on October 18. The season
closes with the annual San Benito
game here on November 28.
The schedule as announced Is ar.
follows, (*) indicating Class B dis
trict games:
Sept 27—McAllen at Harlingen.
Oct. 4—Oo-n date.
Oct 11—McAllen at Donna (•>.
Oct. 18—Mercedes at McAllen (•).
Oct. 21—8an*a Rcaa at McAllen (•»
Nov. 1—Pharr-Ban Juan-Alamo at
Me Mien (•>.
Nov. 8—McAllen at Mission f*V
Nov. 18—Weslaco at McAllen
Nov. 22—1* Peria at McAllen t•).
Nov. 28—Ban Benito at Mc
Allen <•).
The only game to be removed frem
the original schedule was that sche
duled with Edinburg for October 4
The game was a Tranced prior to
Edinburgh decision to enter Cltss A
football for the first time and the
entire Edinburg schedule wss can
celled and revised.
O. L. BROWN TO SPEAK
BAN BENITO. July 3.-0. Lorlmer
Brcwn of Htrllngen. assistant dis
trict attorney, will make a Fourth
of July talk before the Rotary dub
Thursday at the Stonewall Jackson
hotel.
4th
July
rrDamon Runyon’s
quartet of punch
drunk slugs dish
out romance to a
campus cutle.
Damon Banyan’s
“HOLD ’EM
YALE”
Kith
Patricia Elite
Cesar Romero
Larry Crabbe
George L Stone
— On the Stage —
THURSDAY
NIGHT
“AMATEUR
NITE”
WEDNESDAY and
THURSDAY
Lions Meeting Delayed
HARLINGEN. July 3.—The Lion;
Club will not meet this week due
to the fact that Thursday will be
the Fourth of July. The new offi
cers elected last week and headed
by J. B. Hicks, president, will be In
ducted Into office at the July 11
meeting.
TODAY
And
Thursday
A fang picture
that kids the
pants off all
gangsters!
waaiufeii
Friday and Saturday —
Pennant*
Winning
Comedy
Hit
JOE E.
BROWN
In
Ring Lardner's
“ALIBI
IKE”
with
Rath Donnrlly
Othrla Dr H»viIUnd
N
EXTRA
Set Tut Hew Champion
BRADDOCK
BAER
FIGHT
PICTURE
BLOW fa BLOW
N. Y. IS SEWING
UP BALL WORLD
Dop« Indicates Yankoe* To
Moot Giants In Bif
Series
(By Th« Aaaoetaud Fr—>
The World Series bottle lines are
forming, and tbs experts predict a
civil strife.
July 4th has a deep significance
to the dopes!ers who chart the
trends of big league clubs and tell
you whither they are going.
By Independence Day the season
Is about half over, and the teams
have settled down to their natural
strides. The best teams usually
have started their surge to the
fore.
With this axiom in mind, the ex
perts predict that the World Series
will be an all-New York affair.
The Olants, with a healthy lead
over the rest of the National
League teams, have shown both
the offensive and defensive strength
to pull out an asy winner.
In the American League, the ex
perts hand the gonfalon to the
Yankees, although they are not so
positive about It as they are with
the Olants. Oomes has not shown
the box effectiveness of other years,
and Lou Oehrlg is finding It hard
to meet the ball with his old reg
ularity.
Dodgers Doing Well
Then there is that llttis matter
of the Detroit Tigers dogging
along, paced by the belting Hank
Oreenberg and a good pitching
staff.
Roy Parmalee. a faltering mem
ber of the Olants pitching staff,
went the route Tuesday as the
leaders defeated the Phllliea 8 to
4. It was the ninth victory for
Parmalee, who had failed In his
three previous starts.
The Brooklyn Dodgers got In the
victory column at the expense of
Boston, 5 to 0. The Cardinals
climbed back into third place in
the National League by blanking
Pittsburgh. 7-0. with Wild Bill Hal
lahan pitching his first complete
victory of the season.
Chicago defeated Cincinnati, 9-3.
Is the American League thg
Yankees conquered Philadelphia*
coming from behind to win 8-8*
Boston put on a five-run rally la
the seventh to beat Washington 8-5.
and Detroit stepped over Cltveland
into second place by defeatist the
Indians 8-1.
Stratton Beats
Cowboy Waters
fSpecial to n»a Herald)
HARLINGEN, July 1— Walter
Stratton, the Ohio strong boy. pulled
a big surprise here Tueed&y nlyht
when he threw Cowboy Teddy
Waters, one of the best light
heavies operating in the Southwest
Stratton took the first with a toe
bold. Waters the second with a
scissor and Stratton the third with
a crab hold. Waters had a punish
ing leg scissor on Stratton during
most of the third fall, and It waa
a big surprise when Stratton came
out of it to clamp on the winning
crab hold.
Pat O'Brien took the semi-final
when Alva Boot* missed a flying
tackle and landed outside at? the
ring. He waa counted out and waa
unable to continue The football
star had won the first fall with a
flying tackle.
Billy Jeffries and Walter Miner
hammered away at on# arvrther
for SO minutes In the opener with
out either gaining a fall.
Diamonds have been found in
meteor! tea
Wffmann
TODAY
Pin* Time In Brownsville
With William Cagney
Jana Coilier
NEWS - CARTOON
Admission — 10a
AFTER THE BULL FIGHT
Com« to the Cool, Romantic Patio of the
Matamoros Cafe
FLOOR SHOW ORCHESTRA
Come (Her Wednesday Nite at Well at the Fourth
—or Any Time
You couldn't hope to find a layer spot along the
border to celebrate the Fourth. Exclusive enough
to suit anyone, yet to carefully planned and man
aged that fun and good fellowship reign supreme
at all timet.
Service in the Cool Patio
Hear Toto Rodriguez and His Greater
Matamoros Cafe Orchestra
Formerly with XEAW
We Cater to Particular People
Mrs. Emma Leonard George Leonard
Proprietor Manager
Del Mar Beach
If you and your family want real recrea
tion on the Fourth, come to Del Mar
. Beach. Make up a picnic party—enjoy
the beach, the salt waves and invigorating
air and beautiful music.
SPEND YOUR
VACATION
AT DEL MAR
At Del Mar you’ll find the finest beach on
the Gulf of Mexico — easily accessible
by automobile. Come and enjoy—
BATHING AND FISHING AT ITS BEST
Cottages can be rented by the day, week,
month or week-end. Special low rates
for mid-week sojourns at Del Mar.
DANCE EVERY
SATURDAY NIGHT
For Your Health’s Sake Come to Del Mar
Spend a Day, Week or Week-End

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