The Miami News from Miami, Florida on December 22, 1941 · 22
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4-B THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1941 ?t if .8k!-'? t Iff ;t t , J y ryl ( I i 4- Y . v f -' : f rM f , - ' -. I - r ; I ' ' ' , ' , ' " - ' I ' f 7 'V' I I ! I ' A t - 1 ' . - -V , . ' - -r -. - , 4 j-rs j - , , ? i,!-... . 5 ' v . . v ITIANCISCO SEGURA two-handed tennis ace . shows Gardnar Mulloy the South American way Daily News Staff photo. Playoff Rule Changed For Jai Alai Betting The Florida state racing commission Monday disclosed it had approved a change in the jai alai scoring: rules on certain place and fhnw play-off nituations. Under the former rules when a player ran out in straight points before anyone else had scored in a game, it SEGURA HALTS MULLOY'S DADE WINNING STREAK South American Spots Local Ace First Set Then Wins 3 In Row By KOR(iK G ALLOT . Walking off with a tennis crown seven years In a row is long enough for anybody. At least, that's what Francisco Segura, South American net wizard, must have had on his mind Sunday when he went Into the rwn's singles finals of the Dade county championships at Hen derson park. Using his mighty two-fisted fore hand, Segura shot holes in Gard nar Mulloy's long winning streak and captured a four-set battle which had several hundred wild- eyed spectators almost standing on their heads. Coming back after dropping the opening act, Segura won the match, 4-6, 6-1, 6-. R-fl. No link There was no fluke about it. His fiery forehand, which resembles a jai alai player swinging a cesta, qcoied dazzling placements on the desperately trying Mulloy, who wasn't playing the best tennis of his lif-, but at times flashed some of I he court brilliant which carried him into the national spot light. Segura led 4-3, in the opening set, but Mu'Ioy copped it by running off three consecutive games. The second was a breeze for Segura who dropped only the third game and started a winning streak that carried into the next aet. The hounding South American annexed the last four games of the second set and reeled off the first three in the thud. Later he took a 2 to 1 lead in sets. , The real fireworks came in the fourth when Mulloy staved off one match point and nearly evened up the set score at two all. The first four games were split and then Segura moved ahead 4-2 when BRILLIANT BACKS GIVE BEARS TITLE Luckman And Snyder Pace Chicago Team To 37-9 Victory Over New York Giants By DAVE HOFF CHICAGO, Dec. 22. (yi1) Quarterbacks? The Bears had 'em. If it wasn't Sid Luckman passing, it was Bob Snyder kicking field goals. That's the success story of the two-year-champion Chicago Bears that plus a couple of backs named George McAfee and Norm Standloe. The New York Giants thought Giants the key to victory in the National football league title game was stopping Luckman. But they didn't stop him. Sid laid his passes on the line to set up the touchdowns that counted, and the Giants simply couldn't weather the storm. While the 37 to 9 final score indicates the 1940 champions had an easy time repeating in Sunday's titular tilt, it wasn't quite a breeze. There was, for instance, the time when the clock read minutes gone in the third period, and the score was tied at nine apiece. Boot Three Field GoaU The main reason the Bears were in the running at that stage was Snyder, Luckman's replacement. Bob booted three field goals a feat no player has performed In title play since Jack Manders of the Bears did it in 19.il. Two of Snyder's field gnats balanced George Franck's first period STATISTICS w Vnrk ( hlrnin Flrnt rfnwnn S 20 Vir1 Kainrd. rimhitiK (nrtt it 207 Forward pf uttrmptrrt 1JV 10 Forward pirns vimp1i"tM '.'t II Yrrt KHtn1 lv forward pr 7H IH2 Yarria Ion I, allemptflrt forward paaaefl ft 12 Forward paaaca lntprrpll by 0 3 Yards aalnrd, runhack of Int. pasaea 0 19 Punting avtrage (fromacrim- mace) 37.7 53 5 x-Total tarda, kirks returned 12 3 Opponents' rum him rrr-overed 1 2 Yards lost by penalties 31 65 x Includes punts and kicknffs. CHICAGO, Ic 21. (P) Flayers on the Chicago Bears received $430.94 apiece for their share after winning the championship game, compared to $873,99 per man last year when Bears also took the title. CHRISTIANSEN AND STONEHOUSE WIN Earl Christiansen and Ralph Stonehouse paired for a best-ball 65, five under par. to win the pro-amateur tourney Sunday at the West Flagler Country club. Leon Walper. Washington pro, and Boh Odom, Coral Gables, took .second place with 60. The winners honied the first hole but made the turn one under pur with birdies on the fifth and bov-enth holes. They carded four birdies and five pars on the back nine for their winning margin. Third place wound up In a tie between the Eddie linsmann-Bill Stemhler and .lack Pomeroy-'IVn Ganyard duos, both teams posting fi7's. Individual low scoring honors went to Gene Kunes of Hollywood with 68. Harry Adams and Dan Galgano deadlocked for second with 69's. : v J) tip YT- - . - Y ; A V J Gators Close Season With Four Victories Lose Six (;uiirs, Bui Team Js Most Colorful In Years GAINESVILLE, Dec. 22. (P) Four victories and six losses that's the record of the 19 U university of Florida football team. But the record is only part of the story. Few Gator teams ever played as colorful, spirited football as the ivmi edition. valuable time was lost often, mak ini, if sjiffitulf 4a aai-f thA final 1 1 l ty 1L IJI 1 lJ CMUlr 111 1 1 . I . . - match before the midnight curfew. I e broke Mulloy's service and took The new rule, as announced by W. L. McGriff, supervisor of racing for the commission, shortens such situations by one point, mak- 1 ing the play-off in such situations I nlwavs for a coal of one less point was necessary for the j th(m the number of remaining play- rr-maining contestants to play the full number of points to determine p're or jshow. As a result much CUSTOM-MADE MONOCRAMMED SPORT SHIRTS Pertwllj Tailored To Yenr Fiart Meaaurrmentt Rr Maater Tailors Flneat MaterlaU, U A Ibotre of Color O for XU HOLLYWOOD SPORTSWEAR III ESP1I0U WAT, MlaMI lltCH OtiMitt HiflBia't Cittttna ers. whether it be for place or for show honors. The new rule reads: "In case of ties after a win position has been officially declared, it shall be necessary, in order to determine place and show positions, for the player or team to score the full amount of points except where there still remains five or seven players or teams, all of whom are tied without a point to their credit. Then the playoff shall be for a goal of one less point than the number of post positions represente'd." his own by using his whip last forehand to kill Mulloy's short, high rounding shots. Gardnar won the seventh game but his Ecuador foe held service and rolled on 5-3. Mulloy Rallies Again It was in the next game Segura had Mulloy match point at 40-30, but the Hurricane coach pulled that one out of the fire and also won the next to even the count, S all. After winning the 11th game on his own service, Mulloy dropped the next three games and the match, stinging bullet placements coming off the doubie-barreled forehand of Segura finishing the defending champion. The men's doubles crown went to George Pero and Billy Gillespie who downed Dick McKee and Grant Clark, 6-3, 6-3, 6-4. The women's singles final between Doris Hart and Nellie Sher has been postponed until next Sunday. 4 MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB touchdown run for New York, after Tuffy Leemans had passed to him from the 31-yard line. Snyder's third three-pointer gave the Bears a 9-6 halftime lead, an edge that didn't last long. For Ward Cuff, acclaimed for many years as a field-goal booting champion, laid one between the upr rights early in the third period to tie the score, and the 13,341 spectators no one referred to them as a crowd weren't very sure the Bears had the stuff that won 10 of 11 league games and the West ern division playofr over tne Green Bay Packers. Luckman Gets Going But where Snyder had been doing the work, Luckman stepped in for his share. He knifed a 23-yard aerial to Dick Plasman and a 25-yarder to Johnny Siegal, who wound up on the Giants' eight. Standlee barged over from the three for the touchdown that sent the Bears merrily on their way. Standlee, McAfee and Ray McLean in seven plays covered 66 yards and produced touchdown No. 2, for a 23-9 lead. Luckman swung into action again, throwing 25 yards to McLean to set up the third goal-crossing play, which McAfee executed. For the last touchdown Ken Kavanaugh scooped up a Giant fumble to gallop 42 yards a minute and a half before the game ended. BEACH AND ALUMNI IN CHARITY CLASH Miami Beach's quintet and an alumni team composed of former Typhoon stars will meet in their annual clash Monday night, Dec. 29, at the Beach gym. One defense stamp will be charged for admission, and the stamps later will be turned into defense bonds and presented to the Crippled Children's charity fund. REIGNS IN SPORTS AT ST. PETERSBURG ST. rKTKICSIU KG. Her Itovnl Highnm QiM'i'ii of Sport. .Mi F.liiine Mclire, liinior col-h-ge co-ed, wa the choice of the uporlH Huh of St. Petersburg as the ruler of sports for the coming winter Neaon. She was Hitmen from a bevy of 4(1 pretender to the throne at. the minimi Orange hall. )iict'n Kliiinc I lit, ha HirMiiiit liroun hair, clear blue eyes, stand five feet, four inchc and weigh 115 pounds. She is a former resident of Shaker Heights, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. Acnn photo. The final game was the most colorful of all, U. C. L. A. nosing out Florida, 30-27, in a wild scor ing spree that had the fans goggle-eyed at Jacksonville Saturday. The Gators piled up a 20-6 ad vantage early in the game, led 20-13 at the half, saw the Cali- ornians go into a 30-20 advan tage, then stormed back to score seven points and get as far as the U. C. L. A. 30-yard line to ward another touchdown when the final gun got them. While the Gators' won and lost record was a poor one. Coach Tom Lieb's crew lost only one game by more than six points, the 19-3 trouncing administered by Georgia. They dropped 60-0 decisions to Mississippi State and Villanova, a 13-12 verdict to Maryland and a 10-7 count to Iniiisinna Stale. Their victories were over Randolph Macon 26-0, Tampa 4H-. Miami 14-0, and Georgia Tech 14-7. As for Saturday's game, Liorj said: "I'm sorry we lost, of roure. but I am happy that the hoys wera able to put on a show for the spectators. It was one of the most spectacular games I ve ever seen. I'm proud of the way the team performed all year with the breaks going against us. The boys did a swell job. My biggest regret ; losing those 14 seniors." I IIRIsTMtS SIKII I'IM, M1THOI T I R V. YELLOW GAB CO. Knur Mm Htiir !!,. f PHONE 2-5161 GULF STREAM TEAM WINS POLO MATCH DELRAY BEACH. Dec. 22. Laddie San ford and Pedro Silvero led the Gulf Stream polo Huh to a 6-5 victory over the Oak Brook team Sunday. Sanford scored one goal in the first chukker and another in the third, while Silvero tallied in the second and fifth. FISHING GUIDE Sunday Fishing? . . . Oh, Let's Talk About Something Else, Not Weather Either By ROB MUNKOE Roanoke Routers Face St. Louis In Feature Council Bluffs and War Flag, a pair of the Roanoke Kennel's good young routers, will meet in the headlined 516 mile ninth race at the Hollywood Kennel club Monday night. The program completes three full weeks of the 90-night season. Council Bluffs ran third to his sire, undefeated West Flagler, in his last effort and should do well in this event. War Flag, laid off for more than a week, appears sharp and fit. i bince 1627. 5pK 1 I the worlds most IkS . Jk oirr: The pups face some classy step pers in St. Louis, owner of the track record for this distance. Peachy Syms and Sizzling Bess, clay Hills. Grand Man, an dEl- wood complete the field. The secondary futurity hurdle fifth contest will bring out a closely-matched field of jumpers. Bluffing Dean looks like the dog to beat, and Dato. Our Ben and Dandy Lou have proved capable of such a task. Itchey and Smear, two consistent money earners, are two to watch in 'the 11th, another distance test. Dog Entries Hollywood FIRST RACE Futurity: Ppppy Arms Tommv Tlthl Stone Fare Traffic Marsh Vlrtor'a Pride Rrrt Rl.k Our Jackt roe Ounnit SECOND RACK Futurity : Speedy Oenfa Sam I Menu Bettyl Judgment I I.akn Rose Council j Rhie Blond Toxin Rock Mountain THIRD RACE 5-1 mile: Stage Party I Harmony Lad Contact I Speedy Oenfa Rusty nnawanna i lirive ny North Platte I Sam Dunnit FOURTH RACE Futurity Desert Roamer Inky Ina Only Heart Jay See Laddie FIFTH National Snort Country Duke Jitney Orinda Rhythm RACE Futurity Hurdle: Rare Rohln I Dato White oer Our Ren RluffinK Dean I Dandy Iu Don' Discovery I Short Way SIXTH RACE Futurity: Rilllngton Duke I Blue Chaneau Don Mike Present Arma Sloney Dell I Moxle Patricia Pat ley Cheera Jimt Renal HKVENTH RACE .VI mile: Necro Myrtle M. Whlrlaway Be Blue I.ad Jakeo .1 nut I.ale My Porter Chip EIGHTH - RACE Futurity : Old Homeatead Lady Nell Dealer'a Choice Oav Lane Fancy Crier Ru'aty Leader Down The Street Tempean NINTH RACK 5-1 mile: Peachv Syma ' St. Lout Clay Hllla I War Flan Council Bluffa J Klwood Orand Man Mlillnii Real TENTH RACK Futurity: Rahy Molly Pinky Ann Virginia D. Rural Court Pete McOtilrk Old Angua Open Door I Kin ljulota ELEVENTH RACE mile Do Go Shin Ouard t Fill v Miller Itchey Selections Sweet Ruby Smear Lellanl Tim'a Rn 1 Doc Dunnit, Peppy Arma. Our Jackie 2 Blue Blood, Betty Judgment. Menu, 3 Contact. North Platte, Drive By. 4 -National Sport, Jitney, Inky Ina. l OUR BEN, Dandy Lou. Whit Goer 6 Bllllngton Duke, Patley Cheera, Don Mike. 7 Re Blue, Jakm, Gunner. 8 Tempean, Old Homestead. Dealer'a Choice. St. Ivoula. Sizzling Besa. Clay Hi Ifl Old Angus. Rural Court. Pinky Ann, 11 Do Go, Lellanl, Tim i Ron. York, who handles the Cat Cay publicity, arrived at the same time, but has been staying over here a couple of days on business. It seems the present trans-Gulf Stream transportation facilities leave some thing to be desired . . . Blanche Barco.has a nice illustrated piece on the Caribbean club. Key Largo, in tho Dprpmhpr issiip nf Motor Boating . . . Other recommended reading: "His Royal Highness, the Sailfish," garnished with action photographs by .lack Mahony, in Florida rendezvous (Miami Beach) for December . . . Only two more fishin' days hefore Christmas! TIIIKS FOR MIAMI RKACH, WEAN (Tuesday. Dec. 2:t) Hitch 12:113 p. m. Ijwi .V1IH a. in. anil p. m. Tidal dirferencea later than Miami Beach, ocean, in hours and or minutes: Port Evertlhdcs Jetties, same; County causeway, east end, 1:15; Miami yacht basin, 1:40; Cape Florida, west side. 0.5.V Soldier key, 1:05; Ragced keys. Blscayne bay, 2:00; Key Largo Anglers club, 3:00: Garden cove, 0:55: Molassea reef, 0:15; Tavernler, 0:35; Upper Matecumba key. ast end, 0:55; Alligator reef lisht. 0:2i "Did any of the Coconut Grove city dock boats brinjr in fish today?" I asked Capt. Gene Williams of the Algene, just as he was shoving off for home last night. H-m-m, that reminds me I haven't done my Christmas shopping yet," sez he. Capt. Andy Mathieu of the fly- rod and archery Mathieusi was standing nearby humped over a cigaret, trying to shield a match flame from that stiff northeast wind,' so I asked him the same question. "Y'know," said Andy, "you're al ways telling people about the wonderful catches around here. I think it would be nice for a change, if you'd just use a handful of plain Knglish tomorrow to toll 'cm no body caught anything today. . Huh?" And that ju.st aSout wraps up the story of Sunday's fishing hereabouts, as far as this department knows, and I went to considerable trouble checking up on four local docks. At pier five. City Yacht basin, an unidentified member of the Three Hours for Lunch club, said the cruiser Say When (Capt. Bob Ludemann) was the only boat to bring in anything which might be accurately described as fish. I saw the remains of a half-dozen medium- sized amborjack, some dolphin and bonito, and one nice grouper lying where they had been dressed. A party aboard Capt. Bill Part- rea's Floribcl II braved anything but pleasant offshore weather to catch three dolphin, three Arctic bonito, an albacore and a kingfish and shouldn't they have a medal or something? Jack Winters, fi.shmg with a shark line from the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce docks. hooked and came within an ace of landing another of those baby jew fish he's always pickin' on an cs timated 300-poundcr. Both hook and gaff pulled out just as the fish was being hoisted out of the water onto the dock. No boats were out from the Gulf fishing dock yesterday. This and That Department Grits and grunts: Florida sport fishermen and conservationists will sadly miss Rubert (Ruby) Allyn. famous fishing editor of the St Petersburg Times, another working newspaper man who has volun teercd for active military service in the present emergency. The best of luck to you. Ruby, of boy! . Coastguard identification cards for boat owners and personnel employed on boats will be issued (specially) to members of the Rod & Reel club fleet and their employes at the Hibiscus island clubhouse Friday, anytime after 7 p. m. Three full-faced photographs, passport size, will he required of each applicant . . . Another of those left-handed fish stories is being recounted by A. D. Cooks of South Hadley Falls, Mass., who was wetting a line in the surf at Vern Beach a coliple of days ago and broke it while trying to land a fish. Casting out again with a new rig, he hooked and beached a three-pound catfish, which (you guessed it) had the other hook, line and sinker still attached to its mouth. L. R. Wasey. owner of Cat Cay, arrived in Miami at midnight Friday and flew over to the island bright and early Saturday morning . . . Miss Mary Knight of New Enjoy Racing In Comfort IN THE Healed Grandstand and Club House 11 -Races of Champions -11 HURDLE FEATURE 5thRACE Daily Double 2nd and 3rd Races QUINIELAS EYERY RACE Only Track Now Operating in Florida Under the Pari-Mutuel System 20 Minutes from Downtown Miami or Miami Beach-fr SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FOR MIAMI Red Adjmt' Express Sedans leavt George's Parking Lot, Back of old Post Offico Bldg.. N. E. First Ave. and First St.. from 6 p. m. on. FOR MIAMI BEACH Express Sedans leave corner of Washington Ave. and 12th St. and Ocean Drive at 5th St., from 6 p. m. on. -V50e Round Trip Fare, Including Track Admission JLJU W JL VJI S J U X AiJUJU J.V this Holidaij Reason ! ! .tarL - I- :l v $ OLD I 2 BRASD m KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY S ', ... . sry MrMMi A KIIHBINS, KirliiMvc Iitrlhiit.r. Mlnnil. KU. yi I rool WM 7A f& & fh flit wMjmuiiiiiimmmmm i i

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