Clipped From Santa Cruz Evening News
oui-iield. at in of plilw'? LARRY BETTEXCOURT St. Mary's College at Oakland, Calif., cradle of big league ball players, aent Larry Bettencourt to the major leagues 'after first giving giving him, a chance to become an All-America All-America All-America football center. Bet- Bet- tencqurt is a huge fellow of 200 pounds, with feet like Camera's. This training season happens to be his second with the St. Louis Browns; he came up in 1928 as a .third baseman but failed to stick. . After an indifferent year in 1929, Larry was shifted to the outfield last year at Wichita Falls. His attitude changed with the result result that he, b.fl.tted .320 and led tho Texas, League by driving in 145 runs and making 45 home runs.