Miami Daily News and Reporter - 29th December 1922
"Not so sunny Miami today welcomed it's very own Spanish grandee, in the person of the Baron of Tarazona, late of the murderous war with the Rif insurgents of Morocco, when he arrived here on Saturday, 27th inst. Baron Tarazona served as a cavalry captain in the war and received a serious wound at the Battle of Annual, which he describes, with admirable phlegm, as 'a scratch'.
The good Baron intimated that the crossing from North Africa had not been of the best, describing Christmas Day, also his Birthday anniversary, as one of the worst in his life! The Baron intends to spend his time in the New World between Florida and Cuba, his actual place of birth, where he intends to conduct historical research into his family tree.
Incidentally, sportsfans amongst ou[r] readers may recall the Captain as a member of the Spanish Olympic team of 1920, although he himself shrugged of this reporters questions on that little matter, in his usual grave manner, by pointing out that the three events he entered in Atwurp [sic] Belgium: polo, fencing and pistol shooting, didn't garner him a single medal!
Snub Callahan - Reporter.