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THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD 'Hunflay, June 8, Tigers Face Harlingen Again; All Valley Teams In Action *The semi-pros swing into ae'Mon acroj.r, the Valley a g n l n torlny torlng- int t h i s border area some more of It.«. own peculiar brnnd °f basotanll. the Brcwmcn in the opener. Harlingen will depend on the n r m s of Mike Guevara and Bob Champion la hopes of making it four in n row over the B/ownsvllle A SOUND BODY Hnrllncen Southern Select prepared to clash w i t h the Brownsville Tigers in i double header a f t e r n o o n contest i Th? Ttffpr?-. hoping to rcain nome m*asur« of revenge for their double pnstim; last Sunday in Brownsville, wen- net to Invade, H a r i i r u f - n w i t h t h e i r f i e l d i n g oiled for action. p, F:. "Red" Partaln ., .Hi to use either Frit/ l r f t handed tosser, or Ro"Chango" Gonznle/, _ t h e focn! point of ball Interest In the upper Valley today will be the continuing spat between i he MeAllen Palms and the 7-Up Bottlers of San Antonio. The palm.s and Bottlers play the second and third games of a .scries starting at, 2 p.m. on Palm* field. ; MeAllen dropped t h e opener of the sorlos Saturday night, as tho Alamo Olty orcw cashed in on five Palms errors to win 4-3 in ten innings. The pftlms had a 3-0 load until t h e top of the eighth when 7"Un .scored one run on two errors. SPORTS the VALLEY f»y WALLACE R. Herald JOHNSON Kdltor Brownsville Will Cho oae All Star Team Then Toss Challenge At Up-Valley Club* B POWNSVU.LK ha* l i f t e d from thfl border dust its once proud ^ofthf.l! head and now glares threatlngly up the Valley. Browiuvillp is about to try something it hasn't beon able to do f o r a lonrr t i m e . , . , , , , .n i It l.t f o r m i n t ' an All Star Softball teum. which, it hopes, will be a m a t c h for a n y t h i n g the rest of the Valley can produce. Plovers on t h l K team are now being selected from tho ranks of the C i i y Softball Lcnffiic, They are being nominated by the managers of t h p -^ven teams In the league. These nominations will be culled by the Herald sports department and the players rcce.'ving tho majority of managerial votes will be elected to tho nine positions. Then, IriunH from v+ 4 1 · i McAllmi, Pharr or whcrevor, will IllTimV ^" Olf " ^° le l n v l t w L ^«»«' ri »K«l..or onjohul The Bottlers .added two moro in the ninth on one hit, two walks and two errors, then sewed up the game in the tenth. 7-UP . . . 0 0 0 000 102 0--4 6 1 000 0--3 0 5 Polo Garcia, ' Oarza and Wilkins. i * *· * ' The Palms today will send Brujo Hen-era against .the Alamo Olty ( crew in the opener and Lefty Shu/ford in the 7-lnnlng nightcap. And in Pharr today, the Pharr , Merchants will face the Alice Aces in a twin bill, with tho fir«t game to ntixrt at 2:30 p.m. Roster of the Pharr club includes A. Lotfano, L. t Dovalina and ci'ty Pi-las, pitchers; B. Loern and D. Garcia, catchers; Ramirez ib, Blooiifield 2b, J, Champion 3b, Ohing Young ss, Chano Gonzalez rf, Coffin cf, and Oheno Rodrlguej-, U. Pharr last Sundfiy divided a twin bill with the Missions 30-30s, winning the second 10-0 after losing the opener 7-3. The San Benito Cardinals invade Raymondvllle today to play the Raymondvillfi Red Sox in the new . Wlllacy ball park. San Benito will \ use its star hurler, Oscar Oarrora ! against the Red Sox, with young Charlie Lopez catching. The Re- N saca City club also will start two young newcomers to the team, Zar- po Villarreal, shortstop; and Beta Valenquela, second base, . Carrola Succeeds Adair As Boss Of Missions SAN f ANTONIO, June 7--i/P)-- roln, 27-yenr old catcher v-ho hfv?, been n e t i n f t ninnagcr of A n t o n i o Missions since df J i m m y A d a l r as Oie Padrrs Ji week \va.s innicri to m n n a « e the t ) i p r e m a i n d e r of ti Buffs Stop Tribe 8-3; Oilers Spoil Carrola Debut 6-1 Sun HOUSTON, Juno 7 -- f/P)-- r Hie to play t h i s Brownsville All-Star ; Houston B u f f s broke loose with a bunch nnd sec what linpnenK. ! ).)ig f i f t h inning to down the Okla- Opon dates are available in ; n o m R city Indians 8-3 Saturday Hi-ownsvllle on Wodncsclay nights. j n | K ht, anc i makn H cloan sweep of That'll the same night the, Packard ; th fc hrce-j?amc series, m.TM, ,-,,-,, tnke on t hcir yalloy ^ ^ ^ a ;} _ g Uo n n d nlavori by the All was good four runs. Singles by ainrn will bo r e t u r n e d . ' u n l e s s It Is Hcmu.s and Hasten, a do " blc , l ^' m.ituall.v aKMQd, a f t e r the first Epp« nnd a triple by Glaviano L i n t one conU-sl of this kind WRIT. Iho big noises in the round. Edelstein's Faces ' Climbing Army In Softball Feature Although Edelstein's whipped McCarrlck's of Los Fresnos 6-1, tho Brownsville team is still deadlocked with the Shippers for first place in, the City Softball League, pending a ruling by league executives on" Los Fresnos' protest. But for the softball fans, Bdels- toin's ranked'this week RS the only unbeaten team In the league. The Furniture team opens the week's play in the City League Monday night, tangling with the up-and-coming U. 6, Army team at 9 p.m. u n d e r ' the lights of the 36th Diamond. ' Members of tm Lions Club softball committee, operators of the 30th Diamond, awaited, meanwhile, a formal written protest from O. J. Pederaon, manager of the protesting and beaten Los Fresnos team. In a- City League game Friday night, the PAA Flyers, last year's champions, fell 12-0 before Valentin's and the 'two-hit pitching: of Emilio Orixell. In the Service League, the Optimist Juniors whipped Kennelly Sea Foods 11-6. THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Monday 7:30--Elk* Y« Albert's (SL) 9:00--Army v« Edolsietn's (CL) r n . - n i Sr! U T T i n ; c l u b f o r moro t h a n enough. u n f l . b n l l team, It IK victory Crorl notiC } lcc j of the year. n j s seventh He steadied Inni- tir.n Toln'.'- n p p o j n t t w n t WHS a n - · ( .fl by W i l l i n i u U Osley, pTM'*' nf !hc Missions, following a f i r . I n I V - t e l e p h o n e c'OMvrrsn- 'viui W i l l l f t m O. nevMM., Rf-n- r-rni muM.iyr of thr St. Louts Urovn*. owners of tho Snn Ante- ni^ cluh. Orrola one of the youngest manors ^ n n AA club In pru- fr^v|"nnl tansobftll, was recommended for t h e lob by Osle.v and Jack Fourmcr. chief scout of the Browns vM has bcm w a t c h i n g the team tn a r t ion for thr- pas' two wenkfi. Car- rnifi'.* appointment al*o md with th* unanimous approval of tho to bonsl. D u r i n g tho past yovr-ral years, no Brownsville soft- b u l l toam ha« bom: able l.o whip an upper Valley tram to any satisfaction, If at a l l . nulling, It is fftni'fid. will be t h e principal w-eftkncRS of tho Brownsville team. For some unknown roaaon. this city bus been unable to produce n b l r noftbull situation down n f t o r t h o f o u r t h n n d nllowocl only n i fl i unrl HOUSTON 201 040 10x~-B MnCfibe. Johnson, nlnckwood M u r r f t y : Ort-nl n n d They call her "The Body." . And her figure would be the do- light of any /sportsman. She Is KJayno Evrnrcl, Paris' most photo g r (\ p h e (1 girl, pausing her briefly In jfront of the Eiffel tower. ' · ' Golfers To' Play Sweepstakes On Mercedes Links MERCEDES, J u n o 7--Valley golfers nre urfferl to brinp,' their own enddlo« with (.horn when they come to Mert!f?r.le.s Tuesday for the weekly ptaylnu of the Pro-Amateur Sweepstakes. Tttckcir Bowles, pro, announced (·hnt IA r a p n c i t y member of com- Padro boss, o n a t i v e of Snn Antonio, broke into organ- irrd baseball in 103rt with Palestine in tho F,nst Tcxfis League and played w i t h several St. Louis Brown chair, tMbs u n t i l t h e fall of 1042 when hr- w n s traded to New Orleans Mnng w i t h inflPlcier Ooorgie Hausrnnnn. f o r m c r y of the New York G i a n t s now with Monterrey in thr Mexican League. Carroln p l n y r d with NCAV Orleans from 1943 through last season when he returned to S n n An " tonin m n trade. He Is mnrried nnd t h f f n t h e r of two boys. K G B S - FM SUMMER BROADCAS1 SCHEDULE M o n d n y T h r o u g h HAN ANTONIO, Jnnt! 7 f.AP ··- 'HlO Ollcrn rnliioc! M n r c CfiiTold'H tlobui · of i.ho 3d it A n t o n i o MlnftJoiv nliOtt by tttlclntc thn f l n a i of tho scrips- 0-1. sondlng tho back Into tho Texi\fi LoftBtif, ,'cellfir. i Tommy Warren subducri the Mission; on /our hits while his mnl.es worn tcnln off n c u i n f l i Kd Coin . nnd L e f t y B i l ' aclnsoth for 10 hlls Including: honv.. 1 r u n s by Jny Ilnncy In tho f i r s t nnd Si\l M n c l r l d In the second. Both blowe cnmii w i t h tho bases empty. TUL8A I l l 000 300--6 10 n 3Atf ANTONIO .. 000 001 000--1 4 1 Warren nnd Pnwololc; Colo, Sclnsoth and CniTolR. « » » FORT WORTH . . . 000 102 100--4 8 1 BHBfiVEPORT . .* . 000 100 031~ft fl 0 8 1 o n t , Ramsdoll anrl Andorson; DothnBor, Gnnn and Poldormiui. 7:30--Lions vs O.K. Cnfc (SL) 8;00--Delta \n Aycock (CL) With 10.8 In SAN ANTONIO, June 7 ~-(/P)-- Plyin' Charley Parker hit traok- dom'A comeback trail Saturday night as he won the 100 meters of the South Texas AAU in 10.8 to best his University of Texas teammates, Perry Samuels *nd Allen Lawlwer. Bill Martineson, Baylor bullet who had been Parker's nemesis during the regular season, was disqualified for two false starts. Records fell right and left in the third annual meet which qualifies a team "for th« national AAU in Lincoln, Neb. Jerry Thompson of Texas won tho l.500-metcr rate "in 4 minutes flat, clipping 16 seconds off the mark set by Bill Sheppard of Texas Col- 110-meter hurdles in 14.8. Henry Coffman of Rice Look the high jump w i t h 6 fed, 5 ] 4 inches. John Donaldson of Rice upset George Kadera of Texas A. and M. in the discus throw with 158 meet 514 inches. Ken Boren. of Texus won tho 400-meter hurdles in 55.4--1.4 seconds under the record set by Bill Cummins of Rice. Earl Meadows, the former Olympics pole vault, champion, cleared 13 feet 9 inches to set, a new rcc- eter Race Stadium orcl. Meadows won the Olympic* iRle in 1030. The previous marie \vns 13 Joel. THE HOUSE «» HIAHINS OF HARLINGfcK PERMANENT OFFICE \V Tlionp Hnrllnrcn lflt« 7:30--Open 9:00--Brownsville vs Ly/ord (irlrls) Thursday 7:30--Los Frcsnos.vs Kennelly (SL) 0;00--Lou Frosno.s vs PAA (CD Friday 7:30--K of C vs Optimists (SL) 9:00--Vnlentln's v« Aycock (CL). CITV LEAGUE How They Stand Tftiuns-- R H E \V L Pet. | *-LOB Fresno* 38 27 2 H 0 1.000 *-Edc!fltr:ln's 31 2-1 S 3 0 l.OOn V n l o n t l n ' s 43 42 H 4 2 .(507 PAA 36 34 18 3 2 ,(100 Ayoock 23 20 24 3 3 A r m y an 25 10 2 Dnltri ' . ' V . . . 26 32 13 2 3 )ti)«t«d f»*m« of .lunn 5 not Jn- chulod. ^ ( W o i i - l o K l . cohimns do noL b n l n n c o j l)ocaiiflp lo«»ftp of O, K. Cftf« nnd Voc. not shown.) Pet i.oooi .000 ; .oon' .^nn ,rton · 00(1 | .000 .300 ; 3 .400 .4001 Tnnm/!-- How They SUncI R . H K W L . 17 i n 3 l o i 1 0 1 0 i Alum's Phni'in .. Optiinini Jr» n o 6 *.Lo» Freflnos 11 B V- 1 o o o f) o ft fl 13 0 1 Knnnolly 4 n 0 1 Knlcius of c 3 3 n o l ··Tin 10-10 irnmi* of J n n c 2 not e l u d e d . . Art Hum den of Texas A. and M. took the 400 -meter dush in 48.5-a second and a half under hin own record. August Erfurth of Rice wgn_the Robstown Sends Tennis Ace Into Finals Of State DALLAS, June T -- MPV-- Felix Kelly of Robstown fought ft long. bitter battle with Robert Ooldfnrb of El Paso before he won his semifinal match, 1-6, 6-3, 4-6. 6-4, fl-1 in the men '5 single* of the Texas sectional tennis tournament here Saturday. Kelley. No. 2 tennis player at the University of Texas, will meet a 1928 Longhorn player. Puscha) Wnlthall of San Antonio, in the championship match Sunday, W a i - T.hall won his semifinal match over top -seed eel Olarence Mnbry Friday Margaret Varner of El Paso and Mrs. John ScrogRins of Onlveston captured the women's doubles championRhip with B 2-6, 7-5. 6-3 win over Holenc McOarter ol Shrevoport and MarRnrct Eby of Houston. Janie^ SRundors of Amarillo and Jack Turpin of Dallas will mnet- Snnrtny for the junior sinplos tlt.lr. ' '"""."^' ' :,-i a ; , ,: Of :.ui(2s--at the Llano Grande cour- The entry lifil. IH expected to total about 50 for tho Tuepdny event, Bnwles 'indicated Saturday. Ten primers will be awarded for the low net scores in thr Sweepstakes, Saleimen and Executive* ATTENTION I have -A very fine position to offer a high grade, experienced man out of the selling field or executive group. The position carries a very substantial income for the man who can q u a l i f y . I want to contact n man whose enrnings or opportunities nre limited by a dond-ewl J o b ; celling on earnings or territory; limited, scope for personal ambitions, etc. This is a lifetime position in a vital business. Address brief note to Manager, 1515 Mllam Bldff., San Antonio ft, Tex. All replies will be held confidential. I shall be in your city within the next two weeks for a personal interview. GEORGE STOCKTON Painter VALLEY BUICK 00. SAYS: Look at the appearance ctf your car, every one else does. If it needs touck-wp or a complete paint job, w« are equipped to give it that new car appearance. SPECIAL PRICES on Complete Paint Jobs. Dulux . $49,00 Lacquer $79,00 Van Mill's Riding Academy Features Something Hew MOONLIGHT Get the Gang together and enjoy the thrill of a Moonlight Ride on the banks of the Romantic Rio Grande, --Now Low Summer Rales Now in Elite!-ACADEMY For! Brown ' A t least, U ha« not yet able, to show one the oftllbru nf Henry RooJchlll or Henry ; DALLAfl 000 Crawford a n d othors from t h e BISAUMONT . . . 0 0 0 U p p e r Vn-llny. ' · HORU" «nd Storlr; R u t the forming All Star tenm is;Parka. cxpccleri to br potent ftnouffh n t ' the other eight positions, pnrticu- lorly fit tho bat. Let's see what happens. ooa 000--2 noi 002--3 MoKlnncy B 1 H n find Batting Leaders o Sponklnff of batting, the official State Golfers Set For Links Tourney DALLAS, June 7--(/P)--A field of 17ft will tse off horo -this week In the Texas Public Links Rolf tour- with Defending Champion of the Brownflville Softball LoHgup, which i« me, added up thfl remilU Saturday and found that 23 players in the City League are hit- .250 or bettor after taking part four or more game« Dudley Kruegcr of Austin on deck, -amateur is scheduled with qualifying rounds Thursday and -match play opening Friday. Finals will bo Sunday. 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King, E-Ay 8 H 4 5 ft fl f BA .500 ,4155 .4R6 .423 Mf) .88B Ml ,304 ,333 .333 .308 .204 .280 ,280 ,278 .267 .267 .267 .251) .250 .250 CENTRAL RADIO Servian 610 W, EH«, Phon« 888 E--Edelstein's. LP--Los Fresnos, Ar--Army. V--Valentin's. P--Delta, Ay--Ayt'ock. Thlf llttU vymbol v/a» (Irnl usod by Ih* Qrt«k phynlclan HIppocraloa and mo^ni "I Proscribe". Moanlngloos In itsoli, it becom'**, wh«n backed by all Iho itnowlodgo and rosomcoii o( th« modlcal prcltwlon* on» of th« moil lignlflcant eymbol* In Iho world. It U Indood comforting lo know ali«r your doctor hau compJolod hl« oxamino' 1 lion and dlagnond your oa«», that Iho k«y to ro«torod htallh and th« r«ll«f oi untold luMvrirtf, Hot in th« pr»*c/lpl!on which h» writes ior you* and for you alon*. 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