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* 13 Hai- to but on the he of Relay March all in except and events mile scholastic winners, in ROBINS BEAT COLAS 102.13 Offending Amateur Champs Slcughter Locals In Opener . . . ' . . (Special to The Herald) , MERCEDES, Jan. 19.--Ouster's last stand: was a fat-and-forty ice cream social compared to the massacre of the Brownsville Coca Cola cagers here Thursday night by the Mercedes Robins, defending champions of the Valley Amateur league. The score--one of the heaviest in the four year records of the league --was a scrawny 102 to 13. The-Kobins were ahead 33-0 to the second quarter before the Browns- vine quint, made up largely of Jaysee students -was able to drop a point through the netted hopper. Bob Carter, veteran of three years campaigning in the Valley circuit had an off night, but he managed' to ring up 31 points to lead all scorers for the evening. "Dog" Ramsey hit the basket for 19 tallies, while "Cec" Bean was only two points to the rear. "Too Tall" Barnum, who is also pretty good with the driver, putter J all clubs in between, got off to a good start with the Mercedes quint by ringing up 12 points while Bean rested on the bench. Barnaul, who was a strong cog in the powerful McAlleu Monitors two years r.go, is a new addition to the Robin squad. The Robins are to take on the San Benito Firestones here Tuesday night in their second league game of the season. Details of the massacre follow: ROBINS Fg.Ft.Pf.Tp. Ramsey, f 9 1 0 19 Carter, f 15 1 2 31 Bean c 8 1 0 17 Vest, g 4 0 1' 8 Malone, g · 0 0 0 0 Barnum, c ".,.... 6 1 1 12 Sellers, f 2 2 3 6 Hudson, f 2 0 0 4 Green, g 2 0 0 4 Hanltins, e 0 0 0 0 Totals 48 6 7 102 COCA COLAS Fg.Ft.Pf.Tp. Gilbert, f 0 1 1 1 Houghtalin f 0 0 0 0 Clarke c 2 0 3 4 Walker, g ...-. . . 0 0 0 0 Enns, j 0 l 3,1 Sparks, g ,.. l 0 1. 2 Hanna, f '... 2 l 0 5 Totals 5 3 8 13 Referee: H. L. Schmalzreid; timekeeper, Smith.- 149 Fuller. 1-2. Colima, and King Soon out expected Azarella to Battle , Bruno at Harlingen .(Special to The Herald) : HABUNGEN, Jan. 19.--There is a nice piece of money awaiting any worthy featherweight who fights Chief Perry Knowles. the Valley's unofficial chaoipion,' in the Harlingen arena.-Jimmie Azarella,.shif- ty, sharp-faced wraith of the ring, is gunning for £hat money;, and the only thing between him and the match with Knowles is a small f el-' low known hereabouts as "Kid Plans Made For 'B' Tournament (Special to The Herald) SAN BENJTtX Jan. 19.--Drawings have been held and s. schedute devised for the ddnble elimination tournament for Class "B" basket ball teams of Cameron county to be held in the local gymnasium Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10. The schedule as drawn lip by Coach C, E. Vail of La Feria calls for a game at 3 p. m. Friday between Santa Maria and Wilson Tract and at 4 p, m. between Port Isabel and Stuart Place. El Jardin, which draws a bye in the first round, plays winner of the first Friday game at 7:30 p. m. and Los ^Fresnos, which also draws * bye in the first round, plays winner of the second game at 8:30 p. m. The tournament continues through Saturday, no team being eliminated until it has been beaten twice. Vail probably will referee. HARUNOEN-- W. E. McKenzie will represent Harlingen on the loa n approval board for BACC Joans. The place was vacant tor some time. LOCAL ELKS COP_OPENER Srownaville Aggregation In 59 to 27 Victory At Harlingen (Special to The Herald) HARLINGEN, Jan. 19.-- The Brownsville Elks, who are expected ;o be a strong factor in the Valley Amateur Basketball league this season, got off to a flying start on the regular schedule Thursday night when they defeated the Har- jngen entry 59-27. The Elk quint, which is formed around Maurice Pipkin, Sam Lesser and Fred Ball, s a veteran aggregation which has been campaigning under various names for the past two seasons. These boys played with the Jaysee Scorpion year before last and with the San Benito Alexanders last season. Hanna,. hard hustling forward, led the Bpoe attack by racking up 15 tallies. Pipkin and Ball were clpse behind, contributing 13 and 13 points, respectively.. The Harlingen players, led by White and Donaho, battled hard but could not stem the tide, The score: ELKS FG FT PF TP Ball, f ..-. 4 4 1 12 Hanna,-f 6 3 3 15 Wood, e 1 2 1 4 Pipkin, g 5 3 2 13 Lesser, g 4 1 1 Bolton, g 2 2 1 6 -" Totals ,. 22 15 9 59 HARLINGEN ' FG IT PF TP Newell, f 0 2 3 2 White, I .......... 4 0 1 8 Donaho, f 3 0 0 Nowlin, f 0 0 1 0 White, c 3 0 3 6 Anglin, c 0 0 0 0 Barnhart, g 0 1 4 Drake, g 0 0 0 o McElroy, g ..... 1 2 1 Totals 11 5 13 27 Blue Bonnets Win The Blue Bormett quint took the measure of the Presbyterians by the score of 36-28 on the Fort Brown court Thursday afternoon. The scoring was as follows: Bon- n'ets--H. Cantu 8, J. Perez 8, A. Alvarado 16, M. Garcia 4, M: Alvarado 0, E. Roussett 0. Presbyterians--Torres 10, Villarreal 10 Garza 6, Pena 2, Lopez 0, Narvaez 0, Cavazos o. The game was refereed by Fred Trdla, A. Martinez was scorekeeper and E. Roussett timekeeper. Qlffma/w TODAY "Flying Devils" with BRUCE CABOT Cartoon,-- Comedy Admission, lOc Bruno." His name is really Bruno Salazar, but just say "Kid'Bruno" --the fans will know who you mean. Azarella came to this section from San Antonio billed as an opponent for Knowles, but he soon discovered that the Legion arena does not do business in that manner. "Show us," the management said, and Azarella promptly polished .off Simon Salinas of Donna and Dick Wymore of La Feria. Impressed oy Jimimie's wprk, the .management pits him against Bruno Friday night, and if he gets by the "Kid," Knowles is next on the program. Azarella, Bruno will be meeting a fighter who is the opposite of Knowles. The San Antonio phantom is the type which fades away before punches, and he may decision Bruno if he stays the 10 rounds. The "Kid" is well aware of this fact, and will doubtless attempt to finish Azarella off with a savage opening attack. Bruno will have to hurt Azarella and hurt him bad early in the fight in order to gain much of an edge over the phantom. Salazar cannot afford a loss to Azarella at this time, particularly in view of the fact that Knowles won a hairline decision over Salazar last : week. The Toy Bulldog of the Alamo is anxious to take the top spot of the Harlingen ring away from Knowles, and a quick victory over Azarella would be a start in the right direction. The semi-final will bring together Thomas Glenn of Brownsville and Ike Aycock of Donna, two of the Valley's most promising middleweights. Glenn has been asking for Aycock while the Donna boy has been clamoring for Bill Cabler. Jimmie Scarmoza, who was to fight Aycock, is out of the picture because of a suspension. Aycock '·and .Glenn should supply lots of action while it lasts. . The other bouts include: Johnny Monona, Ft. Brown, vs. Kid Galveston, San Benito; Popo Alvarez vs. Kid Lopez. The card gets started at 8:30 P, L.: Friday in the Legion swatator- ium. Junior Tourney Is Set Feb. 16 and 17 (Special to The Herald) SAN BENITO, Jan. 19.--Arrangements are virtually complete for holding the Cameron county Junior high school basket ball tournament on the San Benito gymnasium floor Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16 and 17. ' » The schedule will be made out «»· ter. Hal into Harlingen were in play any Benito. ' at Harlingen, at San * * Two Entertainment TODAY and Saturday A Riot of Rdmance . . . and Laughter . . . "THE SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI" ·with MARY CARLISLE BUSTER CKABBE CHARLES STARETTE Ted Ffo-Rito and Orchestra A College Sensation -- ALSO -Scrappy Cartoon "MOVIE STRUCK" "Hollywood on Parade" Let'* Go ... Your GOOD QL' THEM "Grand Priz«", made in Texas, has only been on the mar- k«t a f *w weeki . . . W« h«v«.been nuking-it for month*, but leaving it in the ageing "vats until it was sure enough MELLOW WITH AQE.-It i» already the largest telling beer in Texts. , Grand Prize is a new name, but is made by * famom old master, Frantz Brogniez . ..with tht same formula that won the International grand priz«. Try GRAND PRIZE and notice th** 'difference . . . in bottles, or on tap at mort of the better place*. It'« made in

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  1. The Brownsville Herald,
  2. 19 Jan 1934, Fri,
  3. Page 21

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