Larry Betencourt

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and the the ,and off; Whatever To... LARRY BETTENCOURT United Press International In the mid-1920's, Larry Bettencourt Bettencourt turned up at St. Mary's in California at the age of 16 and developed into one of football's greatest centers. He still holds a record of sorts for scoring 13 touchdowns as a varsity center. In 1927, he starred in a bloody game with Stanford, helping the Gaels to a 16-0 victory with a 60 - minute performance though knocked out on the first play oi the game. In 1928, he was a baseball baseball bonus baby signed by the old St. Louis Browns for the then unheard of sum of $6,000. He played three seasons as an infielder-outfielder. infielder-outfielder. Whatever happened to Larry Bettencourt? Now 48, he is a company foreman at the Avondale Avondale Marine Ways shipyards at New Orleans. He coaches the company softball team and is a high school football official. said old of can is and the to but he

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  1. Redlands Daily Facts,
  2. 02 Aug 1958, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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