Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 18, 1937 · Page 17
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 17

Publication:
Location:
Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Sunday, April 18, 1937
Page:
Page 17
Start Free Trial
Cancel

GEKJTAUR'S MEW MAVE ABANDONED TME'SMIP A/OV/ TO #£L£A5£ THE PSISOMERS ! 3 '*) •SM\H5LOW// MURRY ALOFT / Me u/o/?/c FAST W£ U AU £SCAP£/ ASHORE DR.CENJTAUR BATCHES HA! NOW I'LL BUTCHER. ' RUSH rue CRUISER'S FUll.SPfgp, _•»> CENTAUR SPEAKS TOO SOON / Dp\yjM OVERHEAD ISTHE RHSCUfc SQUADRON- OP 0. £. MAW BOMBERS FROM COCO SOLO cqivr/, \>u£D --• I NO. 63 WMEN f//£ STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. IS PL AYE 0- UNIFORMED OFFICERS AMD MEN fVor /A/ FORMATION) STAND AT SALUTE N/OT IN) UNIFORM- STAND AT ATTEAJT/ON, PAGING MUSIC IF COVERED AND NOT UN I FORM - LOUGEHRIG A DOUBLE YESTERDAY.' A HOMER TODAY-YOU'RE DOING ALL RIGHT \\ WHO SAID THIS GUY WAS ONLY A ROOKIE ? THIRTEEN YEARS IN THE BIG LEAGUE. Gehrig signed up with the New York Yankees in 1923, By 1927 he was the league's MOST VALUABLE PLAYER. Won the same honor in 1931, 1934, and 1936. FOUR HOME RUMS ONE GAME.' , YEOWf A GREAT FIRST BASEMAN. Lou's prowess as a slugger is matched by his brilliant play at first base. His record last year was only 6/1000ths short of PERFECT. He had 1,377 put-outs, 82 assists, 128 double plays. LOU HOLDS MORE RECORDS than any other man in the game today. Here are a few: he has knocked 4 home runs in one game —scored 100 or more runs and batted in 100 or more runs for 11 consecutive American League seasons. THE,HOME-RUN'KING! Gehrig has an average of 38 home-runs per season. In 1931, Gehrig" shared the crown as the American League's home-run king —rled the league with 49 homers in 1934 and again in 1936. It takes healthy nerves! Lou says: "Camels don't get on my nerves." '*,.f'if,f*<li ^f^\^^7F^^ PACK OF CAMELS? YES, SIR/ SOCK IT, *IRON MAN'/ HERE'S LOU'S FAVORITE BAT and his favorite first baseman's mitt. His bat is especially made. It weighs 37 ounces —is 35 inches long. He wears out two mitts a season—and you can just imagine the knocks he absorbs doing it. HERE'S THE BEST PART OF EATING i ; MABEL/] IT'S HIS lfiO9 T H GAME WITHOUTj A BREAK ?• > : '. ( i? fe} jkuhi^" 'fe SENSATIONAL CLEAN-UP MAN! Pity the pitcher who faces the Yankees' starting line-up. Three heavy hitters to face— then Lou Gehrig steps plate. Lou holds the American League record for runs batted in, be V walked more than any other man playing today. BASEBALL'S "IRON-MAN"! When Lou steps out oh the field, this month for the first game of the 1937 season—he'll be playing his 1,809th Consecutive game. His streak started'way back on June v MARUC THC eonr i, u u- i • • i i j • ... '"....' ...._..=.....-. __ .'. .•>_"> X MARKS THE SPOT where once there was a thick juicy steak smothered in IDI UP to the !«, 192?. Injuries never stopped "Iron-Man" Gehrig. Gehrig's "Iron-Man" record is proof of his A T™ T • f • .!iTlrT" ^ K" '"l^r "?? sm ° tilcre ° ' n No wonder splendid physical condition. As Lou says: "You can bet all the years I've been playing, I've been ™"'^ h C °°™, TA J'i* t I • . B "• * b y' g man - 6 ,, ft - } m ~ «»I-veighi careful abojt my physica, condition. S^oke ? I smoke and „*/*. My cigarette^ Lmk" Urbtt^ll^c^ fe™ ^ ^ bashful about coming back for "seconds." Read what he says below. FOR A SENSE .OF DEEP- DOWN CONTENTMENT-. JUST GIVE ME CAMELS AFTER A GOOD/ SIZEP MEAL,THAT UTTLp PHRASE, 'CAMELS SET YOU RIGHT/ COVERS THE WAY I FEEt. CAMELS SET ME RIGHT. WHETHER I'M EATING, WORKING, OR ENJOYING LIFE HANP BY SPgEp»!N(?' VP THi

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free