The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 4, 1947 · Page 8
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Clippers To Tonight; Lose BY WALLACE R. JOHNSON - Herald Sports Editor Hi Fcrla's Graham Bombers Jumped on the Brownsville Packa r d Clippers last nlfihD and boat them G-2, knocking them out ot undisputed load and into a tic with the Lyford Red Birds for first, place In the Valley Maid League. It was the second time in lea- pue play MTMt tnc Clippers have lost to La Ferla. But tha Bombers are the only teiim so far to top the Clippers in league competition. La Perla cashed in quickly 011 the Brownsville seven errors by girls. Score by innings: BROWNSVILLE 010 001--2 LA FERIA 003 03x--6 Burst and Ltmdcs; Thaxton and Strickland. Brownsville is now in a deadlock with Lyford for the league lead, oach team with four victories and two defeats. La Feria la in Hocond plnco with four victories end throe losses, while Har- llngcn trails the field, still winless after five starts. The Clippers will play before the home folks again tonight on Parker To In South Texas ANTONIO, June 4--tfl')--A replay of the Southwest Conference "fiprlnt battle?, between Bill Martineson of Baylor and Perry Siiinufls. Charley Parker and Allen Lnwlcr of Texas ^H^jJnUi£0_J;hc Shreveport Nips Dallas To Take 2nd Place Tie By The Associated Press The Shrevrport. Sport. 1 !, who have proved thpmselvcH a tough foe In recent weeks, bounced into a tie w i t h Fort Worth for second plncc In the Texas League pennant race today a f t e r winning their series oprncr w i t h the Dallas Rebels *J-2 Jittery Joe Berry turned the t r i c k for the Sports last night with a masterful piece of relief work. W i t h men on second and t h i r d and one out in the n i n t h Inning, Berry relieved Earl Doth- HKer and retired the next two men in order. The loss dropped the Rebels back to fourth place. Rebels back to f o u r t h place. Houston 3-2, Oklahoma City downed San Antonio 8-2, and Beau- · rnont beat Fort Worth 5-3, PITCHING L £TA DERS NATIONAL BPANN, Boston, 8 won 1 lost, ,8fl9; ROWE, Philadelphia, 7 won 1 lost, .875. AMERICAN SHEA, New York, 6 won 1 lost, South 'Texas track and field meet here Saturday night. , This time, Parker, who lost seven 100-yard dashes during the season -- four to Martineson --will probably be favored since they will run 100 meters -- 10 yards longer than the cutomnry century. Parker, a notoriously slow starter, is noted for his great finish. The meet, to be In Alamo Stadium, w i l l r u m i i f y 1J5 Texans for the National AAU at Lincoln, Neb., July 3-4. Both Texas A. and M. and Texas, which finished one- two in the Southwest, Conference meet, will have f u l l teams with George Kadera, Aggie weight man, and Jerry Thompson, tiny Texas distance runner, clue to vie for high point honors. Each won three events in the Southwest Conference meet, Baylor, Rice ist, Southwest Prairie View enter teams. standouts also , Southern Method- TcxatJ State and Negro College will Many high school have entered. HUTCHINSON, ,8S3. Detroit, 5 n NATIONAL MIZE, New York, 14; MILLER, Cincinnati, 12. A IMF, Kit 1 AN KULLI'lU, Now York, 13; WILLIAMS, WOK ton 11. WI'iST TEXAS L E A G U E Results Tuesday Pampa 18, Clovls 11 Albuquerque 5, Lubbock 4 Abilene at Borger (ppd. rain) Lamesa ut Amarillo (ppd. rain) the 36th Diamond, tangling with the vastly - improved Harlingon Palm Gardens girls. Harllngen held the potent Lyford innidons to a 4-2 score Monday night in the week's f i r s t ' l e a - gue game. Julia Burst will be on the mound tonight when the Clippers face the Harlingen nine. , A capacity crowd la expected to jam the 30th Diamond for the performance of the Valley clahi- sels. The game will start at 0 p.m. It will be preceded by a softball exhibition game between the Optimist Juniors and the Ford Motor Company team. VALLEY MAID LEAGUE How They Stand Teams-- W L Pet. Brownsville 4 2 ,607 Lyford 4 2 .6G7 La Fcria · 4 3 .571 Hurlingcii . 0 5 ,000 LOS ANGELES, June 4 --(/PI-B o d y - b e l l i n g Enrique Bolanos, Mexico's favorite fistic son, held the California state lightweight title today In the first step he hoped would lead to a world championship bout. The two-fisted youngster from Durango battered John Thomas of Los Angeles into submission on a technical knockout in the seventh round of their scheduled 12-rouncl butln hero last night. A f t e r piling up a fairly substantial nuu'Kln in the earlier rounds, TliyiwiN fell n victim to a w i t h e r i n g attack from his tockler rival. La Feria To Play La Sara Tonight LA PERI A, June 4-- La Fcrta's Graham Bombers will play the La Sara gii'ls tonight under the lights of the La Fcria softball Held. , ,;·; / , /, Brewed to oi always You'll enjoy HI BOTTLE NEW HEAVYWEIG HT CONTENDER Bernle Reynolds, climbing heavyweight contender, drops 203-pound Walter Hafer on his face and put with a'.right-hand punch in the seventh round. * · * Bernie Reynolds Rates As Threat To Joe Louis NEW YORK, June 4-- (NEA)-He simply had to como along. There had to be one In the 15,000,000 young men Uncle Sam girded for war. And those present when he dropped the 203-pound Walter Hafer flat on his face and out like a third strike at Madison Square Garden the other night have a sneaking idea that in Bernie Reynolds they saw the GI Joe boxing has been waiting for.- Schooled observers call the 22- yenr-old Reynolds, veteran of eight months of action in Europe, the brightest of heavyweight prospects, The six-foot Reynolds, who came in at 177VL- pounds for his last outing, is a typical American boy, handsome enough to be in pictures. In boxing, young Reynolds has the added advantage of being an all-around natural athlete. The fourth of seven children born to parents of Irish-English extraction in Falrficlcl, Conn., he excelled in football, hockey and hurling tho javelin and throwing tho dlscuM at the high school from which he was graduated. He was a running guard in football, a forward In- hockey. His father is a factory worker in Bridgeport. Reynolds did no boxing while .In high school, but says he always wanted to. Billy Conn was his idol. Oddly enough, Gus Lesnevlch, the light-heavyweight leader whom the Pittsburgh Collar Ad twice outbox- cd, now has a piece of him as the partner of Joe Vella, man about Cliffsidc Pork, N. J., which IB situated Just across the Hudson at 125th' Street. Reynolds had gloves laced on his hands for the first time at Camp Stewart, Ga., so is strictly a GI product. There he was quickly spotted by the trained eye of Vella, manager of Lesnevlch, who happened to be handling boxing. "I don't know how this is going to work out for UH, kid," Vclla told the youngster, "but if we get back in good shape and you want to box professionally, look me up in Cliff-side Park, N. J." Vella also saw considerable action on the other side. Six of the eight months Pfc. Reynolds was in action was spent as the member of an anti-aircraft gun crew lending a hand in throwing screens over the tanks of Gen. George S. Patton's famous Third Army. Reynolds remembered, the stocky, ring-wise Vella, who so carefully guided him as he broke into boxing at Camp- Stewart, got in touch with him early last year. Knowing Reynolds h a d the goods, Vella took him to his Cliffside Park home and gymnauium, where he could watch his diet and where Lesnevich. is still schooling the lad. Reynolds broke in smack dab as a professional, April 23, 1046, and since that time hns won 21 of 22, 17 by knockouts. In his only reverse he was outsmarted in eight rounds by Tom Reddington, one of G'-eat Britain's ranking heavyweights, whom he gave poundage and -lots of experience in the semifinal to the Lesnevich-B r u c e Woodcock * fight In London last Sept. 17. Reynolds' most impressive performances came In Garden semifinals to main events featuring Lesnevich. Jackie Cranford of Washington was bomed as an outstanding heavyweight prospect. Reynolds had him in the slag in the first, taking an eight-round decision. Walter Hafer was a sparring partner o.f Joe Louis on the champion's Latin American tour. Reynolds spotted the ex-Marine 25Vi pounds. A right hand punch that didn't travel a foot put Hafner down in the first. Coming out for the seventh, Reynolds belted Hafet* \\ II L. Woodrrmn, Distributor, P. F, McNamee, Manager 701 N. Commerce St. -- Telephone 477 l i a r l l n g e n , Texas and Brownsville, Texas Horace Etchinon, Pcnrl Distributing Co., McAllcn UNBLOCK ^DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalizcra Don't expocfc to got row! relief from he*Urh«, BOUT Htomuch, RUN and bud breath by Uklnr ciodu and other ulkullzorH if tho true C«UMI of your troublu in coriHtlpfttion, In thlH caao, your real trouble I* not tn th« ·tomnch nt all. But In tho Intontlnal tmct whero 80% of your food i« dlK»»tod. And when tho lower part KOts blocked food may fail to it propurly. hut you want for roul relief I/i »om*- to "unblock" yaur lower Intowtlnul tract. othliiK to oloan It out effectively -- help Nuturo got bnck on hor foot. Get Carter's Pills r t u h t now. T»k« KM directed, Tho.v Ko'it'y nn (1 offoctlvoly "unblock" your dipeativo tract. Thin permits *ll 6 of Nature's own digostlve juiced to mix better with your food. You Rot p o n u i n e relict from Indigestion HO you onn fnnl really Rood «R liny Cartor'n Pilln today. "Unblock" y trad (or rc«l r»lior from 'oii W agalnsb the ropes with another right. A right to the Jaw in tin exchange ended it in 66 seconds of the round, Reynolds is a combination boxer- puncher, wit a left hook that hurts and a devastating right. He will correct the tendency to loop ; the latter. He Jabs very well, is developing into a body puncher. · Pie takes it as well as he dishes it out, is crazy about the business. He is aggressive, and the crowd takes to him. Still growing, Reynolds should weigh 185 pounds, in another year, each his peak at 190. He may be two years away, as they say, but will not be rushed. He is in good hands. Vella and Lesnevich no longer need quick money, and wouldn't take it in any case at th^ risk of ruining a young fighter, Joe Vella and Gus Lesnevich, better than green hands, are the surest that in Bernie Reynolds they have a heavyweight champion, and that shortly ho will be a punching challenger for whom no apologies will have to be made. PHILADELPHIA, June 4--(/P)-Ike Williams and Bob Montgomery have signed for a 15.-round lightweight title fight August 4 at Philadelphia Municipal Stadium. Williams is the recognized NBA lightweight king. Montgomery, a Philadelphia!!, has the sanction of Now York and Pennsylvania as the tltlchoklcr, _ Pftf« I THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD Wednesday, Jnne 4, 1941 New Race Record INGLEWOOD, Calif., June 4 -)--A world record of 1:21 4-5 for seven furlongs was added today to the brilliant racing triumphs of Honeymoon, stout-hcnrted sprinter from the Harry L. Warner stable who turned her summer debut at Hollywood Park into n smashing victory over some of the track's fastest thoroughbreds. Acquired by Warner for $135,000 at the Louis B. Mayer dispersal sale last spring, Honeymoon clipped one-fifth of a second off the previous 1:22 record hung- up in 1906 by Rosebcn at Behnont. AT TING LEADERS NATIONAL WALKER. Philadelphia, SLAUGHTER, St. Louis, .358. AMERICAN DiMAGGIO, New York. BOUDREAU, Clevclaiid L .304. BIG STATIC LEAGUE Results Tuesday Wichita Falls 17, Waco 5 Greenville 7. Texarkana 1 Gainesville 2-7, Austin 0-2 Paris 12-7, Sherman 3-0 .368; Today's Pitchers N A T I O N A L Chiriu:o i K H c k . N o n 1 - 2 ) at Nev York. (Kennedy 4 - 2 * . C i n c i n n a t i « V i i n d o r m r r r 2-2) at Phil*- (iplolhn (Jiii-I.-.ich 0 - 1 . P l t t s b u r K h S i n r l c t o n 3 - 0 ) at Broolc^^ ( B r n n c u 5-41---niKh:. .St. Louis I I o ; \ r n 'J-l nt Boston (Barrot 2-:n--ni:ht. A M i: R I C A N New York H o \ o n s 3 - 5 nr.d 15. Johnson \\.\\\ nt D.-nroit iTrout 5-3 and Bernou ;-i)i-- IAVO riimrs. Philiuk'lnhla i Fowler 3 - 5 ) ftt Chicaeo (Cirovc: : « - ? » . Boston (Dob.vm 4-31 ftl St Loul* ( M u n r n r f 4 - 4 I - - t w l M n h t , Wnshhuifon ( W y n n 4 - 4 ) 8.1 mi:iH; 3 - 4 ) - n t c h t . EAVE TIRE GO New HERE C.OOD/VI AH TIRIV On f GOOD/YEAR Service Stores 1024 E. Levee BRANIFF fit^J^ RELIABILITY OF AIR SCHEDULES WITH I.LS: CA.A. Approved INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM Now Standard Braniff Procedure for Adverse Weather Flying The Instrument Landing System, newest plan for landings in adverse weather flying, perfected and approved by the Civil Aeronautics Administration, it now in regular use by Braniff . . . first airline to perfect its facilities for thi* new program. Braniff airliners now land and take off with 25% lower ceiling and visibility conditions than was possible with former flight procedures. Thus Braniff adds to the smooth, luxurious speed of air travel greater schedule reliability under weather conditions which formerly caused flight delay and cancellations. Airports at major cities on Braniff routes have ILS facilities, Every Braniff airliner is ILS equipped. Every Braniff pilot is expert in its use. For Dependable Air Transportation Call Braniff Phone 1200--Municipal Airport--Brownsville, Texas KAOIO MARM « How The v , '··' 1 -. Instrument .. s * Landing System Works GUDE PATH atA/A , TRANSMITTER RADIO MARKEH MARKER IOCAUZER 6FAM '-- 5 M K C S BEAM TRANSMITTER OUDf PATH BEAAA , TRANSM»TTR t i ' Through th* us* of static-free Very High Frequency radio, the Instrument Landing System «r«ates an unerring landing path that it a* easy for the pilut to follow down through' fog/ rain qnd low-hanging clouds as it it to drive your car down a welMightcd highway. VHP tram- miners are plqced at standard distances and locations in direct relation to the airporf runway. The "localizor" transmits a beam directly down tho conlor of the runway which tho pilot intercept* approximately 10 miloj oul from tho runway's ond. Tho "glide path" transmillor, with Us VHP signals, creates a path that provides clearance of llm torrain and all obstructions botweon tho point of interception which fc 1,000 foet abov» lh» outer marker boacon and tha runway. Whon the pilot intercepts these two VHP booms, one from the "localizcr", the other from "glide path", his flight approach to the ond of tho runway is clearly shown on tho Instrument panel. A vortical neudlc moves left or right ^o indicate any variation from tho "localizor'^beam. A horizontal needla moves up or down if the plane gols bolow or above tho "glide path." ' A second radio marker beacon, direclly in tho flight path and 7/10ths of a mile from the runway, (lashes a light on the panel to indicate position and that the runway will be visible in o vory few seconds. Rod Neon lights on the ground, visibl* through tho heaviest fog, facilitate tho landing from ihis point. '^ . . . When the airlinor comes out of the low-hanglng clouds it it In perfect alignment with th* runway ond lh« pilot proceeds with a normal landing, your

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