The Miami News from Miami, Florida on November 27, 1953 · 17
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J) : i r . t- : v Mace Yezzelf At Home Mullin r n K n r a p- OP rn w ( ; Horses' Rei:urn May Draw 13,000 Crowd By JOE TANENSAUM, Miami Daily Nws Racing Writar Tropical Park was to start Florida's 28th, and probably its most successful, horse racing season today. A nine race program, highlighted by the $10,000 Inaugural Miami Daily News w IS a. ). I it u i. t lit ), 1 if i : It I; i; !'! 1 1! lis ' ' ' AM J L i ?a Florida Team Has Been Vulnerable To Aerials By RALPH WARNER, Miami. Daily News Staff Writer University of Miami chances of gaining a" glorious victory over the favored Florida Gators here Saturday night depend almost solely upon three integrated factors. Thev are: The accuracy of Don James' right arm, the success of Miami's middle linemen in turning back Gator chargers, and the ability of Hurricane pass receivers, particularly Frank McDonald, to catch James throws. This is the consensus of ex perts, which even the rival coaches more or less agree upon. Bob Woodruff, the head Gator, rates James strikes as the principal Miami scoring threat. Andy Gustafson of the U-M says his team will have to connect through the air if it is to make an anticipated homecoming crowd of 65,000 happy. . James, the stocky five-foot, nine quarterback from Massillon, Ohio, has passed brilliantly during portions of his U-M career, viping out three Jack Hackett records in the process. But seldom has he been able to pitch his team to victory over a major rival. In fairness to the courageous little senior, his support "from beefier brethren up front has varied from good to bad and indifferent. . . - McDonald No. 1 Receiver James has more than one capable receiver, but end McDonald, who also holds two school receiving marks, is No. 1. The six-foot, two junior from Nutley, N. J., ranked 12th in-the nation on receptions at one stage of the season and is among the best on maneuvering and hanging on to bullet tosses. While Florida ground defense has been effective, its secondary has been vulnerable to passes. Nine opponents have an overall record of 50 per cent complete against the Gators. They hit 74 of 148 throws for 968 yards. On rushes, Florida foes totaled only 1,336 yards net in 402 plays. The two highest point totals against Florida this fall Kentucky's 26 and 21 by LSU were achieved via aerials. James and the four other seniors on the youthful Miami varsity will have extra incentive if any is needed in their final Hurricane appearance. Artie Knust, second team quarterback, and middle-linemen Ted Lubas, Dan TassoUi and Gene Buccilli join Donald in a five-man captaincy corps against Florida. Throwing And Hoping "We'll pass. We have to." Gustafson said after the next-to-last practice of the season yesterday afternoon. "We'll be doing some throwing and some hoping." Even so, Gus has stressed his JET - WASP SALES A Genuine Hudson Parts VICTOR QUINT SERVICE MGR. HUDSON 0? SOUTH FLORIDA, I HO. Florida's Largest Hudson Distributor 13S? N.W. 36th ST. PH. 65-1461 U running attack as much as usual during the two weeks of drilling for the finale. Regular backs Gordon 3Ialloy, Bill Smith and Whitey Rouviere will get their shots at the large Gator forwards, and so will such freshmen as Porky Oliver, Don Bosseler, Dan Dorshimer and Rebel Bookman. But if they can't advance, the burden will fall upon James. When right, he is by far the best passer of the quarterback group, which includes Knust, J. B. Johnston and Bob Dekreon. Don's passing was his sharpest of the week in yesterday's light drill. Although the oddsmakers still like Florida by two touchdowns, prospects are for one of the hottest games in the 15-year rivalry of the two universities. Numerous other factors enter into the calculations. Both teams have had losing seasons and earnestly want the finale. The winner will go ahead in the series rivalry, eight games to seven. The Hurricanes, particularly 17 men who were on the 1952 varsity, have not forgotten the merciless 43-6 pounding they took from a powerful - Florida team last year. U-M Team In Hiding Before and at intermission of the hand-to-hand combat, the Miami and Florida bands will wage ! a duel of their own. Spectators ..-CM V. u- i r , i niu uc mc winner nere, lor uoul aggregations have worked up special repertoires which will be colorful as well as tuneful. Shoemaker Total Increase To 456 San Mateo, Calif., Nov. 27 UP) Jockey Bill Shoemaker, winning at his steady two a day pace increased his world record for a year to 456 yesterday. Shoemaker won the $10,000 added San Jose Handicap by two lengths aboard Imbros $4.40. Earlier he won the sixth with Sea Dreamer $3.30. Sea Dreamer boosted Trainer R. H. McDaniel's world record for a year to 197. LOUISVILLE SLUGGER DATS TUBER'S SPORT SHOP 43 S.E. 1st ST. - - A SERVICE Factory Trained Mechanics J Hi j po NEW ORLEANS iranuse airon Associated Press New Orleans, Nov. 27 The New Orleans Times-. Picayune admitted editorially today that . the Sugar Bowl blasted by sports editors for the first time in history would be a "very good game" but Miami's Orange Bowl would be "the game of the year." The selection of West Vir ginia to face Georgia Tech aroused protests from local sports editors who questioned the Sugar Bowl Committee's choices for the 20th annual game here New Year's Day. "We should settle down to considering the fact that a very good game has been arranged with teams that are a privilege' to watch," the editorial said, v "Luck certainly attented the first casting of this die by the Orange Bowl, for it has the game of the year in Maryland vs. Oklahoma," the newspaper continued. "In the future, some sour matches, from a national prestige standpoint, may attend arbitrary selections of this type. The Sugar Bowl policy remains the best, even if its minority position at present tends to cloak the fact." Bill Keefe, sports editor of the Times-Picayune, wrote in his column yesterday that the majority of football fans believed Coach Bobby Dodd of Georgia Tech refused to accept Texas Tech as an opponent, but "wanted West Virginia and got it." A " few hours later, Hap Glaudi, sports editor of the New Orleans Item, said in his column that the news of the Sugar Bowl selection was "disgraceful" and that when Dodd gave his approval of West Virginia "as a 'worthy' Sugar nD HE SAY r - yr vy - o L 5 ADMITS IT Yeao Bowl opponent; the Mountaineers were home." The criticism, without parallel since the Sugar Bowl's first game in 1935. brought a reply from Dodd in Atlanta that he had absolutely nothing to do with the selection of an opponent, s "I told the Sugar Bowl Committee that anyone they chose would.be satisfactory with us," Dodd added. ' Bill Pierce Rejoins Finchor Bill Pierce, experienced Olds-mobile so let mo ii, wants his many friends and easterners to know that he has returned to Fincher Motors, 1740 N.E. 2nd Ave., and will be happy to serve them again. . CAN Li' Handicap, was to begin a 125-day schedule of pari-mutuel activity that will terminate April 25. L Approximately 13,000 bettors were exacted to be gathered in' the Coral Gables track by the j:15 first post time. Proceeds of, the afternoon's speculation wUl go to the University of Miami Thirteen racers from a nomina tion list of 23 accepted the Inau- gural weights assigned by Fran cis Dunne, racing secretary. high weight honors with Eaton - Hyphasis, which will share town, was rated a 5 to 2 favo- lite iu iuc V7Z'iuiiuug icau uirm IT.U; Fn4nntyMi-n to 1 second choice, Mill carry 126 pounds. , Outsida Pest Position ....-..-.. Despite the fact Hyphasis drew the outside No 13 post position, uwuuit uuvmge rush to the turn in the short dash, the professional odds makers installed him as the form t favorite. The Belair Stud representative possesses excellent early speed and has two recent victories, one a readheat score, for recommendation. Eatontown, which annexed three handicap events during his profitable summer campaign has been freshened for his winter efforts. He has impressed 600x16 FACTORY LIST PRICE $19.00 670x15 FACTORY LIST PRICE $21.55 710x15 FACTORY LIST PRICE $23.90 760x15 FACTORY LIST PRICE $26.10 f I I White AT OUR 2701 rtC All AC Aim 670x15 I Regular Thorobreds . I FACTORY LIST 215 I I Eieh. Pl Til I Size Dayton ECDxlfi m ! 600x16 Pre l SOUTH MIAMI v . $. CM Hwy, fB. 87-9411 Fh. clockers during morning rkouts 0pposing the high weights wiU be ittasrius (122), Sweet Ver- mouth (119), Fomace (118). m Eillee (116). Blue Rhymer (114), Ruthred (112), Bated Breath (708), Dandolo (106), and Biddy Bid (103). Tropical's 43-day session will end Ja": 5- "kr,! run a 40-day meeting extending March 3. Gulfstream n . . u u nA X d I Jk W 111 HI11SU 111C 41U1 3C SCdiUli'! a ending APrd v"w decora, a.en If betUng trends established ; ihrn., ahn,.t tht vPar are ay criterion, all three South j Florida tracks should break all! previous records. Saul Silberman, Baltimore sportsman and contractor, was making his debut in the role of Tropical president. He and Ralph DeChiaro, another Baltimorean, recently purchased Trocipal for $2,500,000 from Nathan E. Herz-feld and his associates. Herzf eld's group bought the i booming plant for $1,250,000 in 1950 and enjoyed three highly-successful seasons before selling. G?ETJ FN. HIGIJ7 'TIL 9 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY AT OU 2701 N.W. 7th AVE. STORE Cpin Eviry Evening Mon. thru Sat. r -i lien. " nu TAX r "i O- J ticH. Mint TiV lien, nut TAX nut TAX They Last! N.W. 7fh AYE. STORE riiuriv m nnrurn 670x15 Clue Ribbon Black FACTORY LIST 42.50 f 25 L J LJ rfy T.r FACTORY LIST SALE PRICE V. y .,n i rrrrn STOCK1 ' W,TH0UT "ceptiom lj s iuler Thcrcired . ..19.00.. 9.G5 :nrjni White 30.15..I2.C5 27th N. Mic.r.i Ave 7 - C574 Fh. C2-5421 r STANLEY WOODWARD, Editor .MIAMI - DAILY NEWS, Friday, Nov. 27, 1953 ,17-A Tropical's yearly increase in betting during those years surpassed that recorded at the other local racing centers. Silberman's statements since taking over at Tropical indicate continued success for the Gables course. Cater To, All "We want to cater to all the fans not just those who can afford to bet large sums," Silberman declared. "We will spare no expense in adding conveniences for our patrons to enjoy when they visit Tropical." Silberman and his wife, Lillian, have been regular winter visitors at Tropical during the past five years. He has been an enthusiastic racing booster since his teens. Mrs. Silberman raced horses in her own name but currently is not active in the sport. Past performances by Silberman and DeChiaro at Randall Park in Cleveland bode well for Tropical's future. Silberman is president and DeChiaro treasurer of the Ohio track. Since Silermban - DeChiaro bought Randall in 1950, mutuel at Our Niw Store 10383 N.W. 27th Avi. 650x15 FACTORY LIST PRICE $24.85 650x16 FACTORY LIST PRICE $25.55 700x15 FACTORY LIST PRICE $23.45 n DEPOSIT PER TIRE VILL HOLD THEM AT THESE SALE PRICES UNTIL NEEDED FULLY GUARANTEED Elue Ribbon gucrcnteed 40.CC0 miles, 3 f u I years i Regular guaranteed 20,039 miles, 13 full months1 -Ar Premium guaranteed 30,000 miles, 2 full years 710x15 Dlue Ribbon White FACTORY LIST 53.20 L3 Size Dayton CP) 75 ry iicti. X S Hit Tlx 670x15 EI3 Risen Write 44.75..I7.C3 ; C0Dx15 Frcra lz: ...35.S0..I5.7D 2701 N.W. 7;:i Ave. , W. Fla!er Sr.. j, I Sr 22.-.J Ave. : Fh. 2-7319 i Fh. S2-724? 'play has increased 170 per cent. Randall, a member of the Thoroughbred Racing Association, has become a model track in managerial efficiency. MAX MACON TO- MANAGE AT MONTREAL Montreal. Nov. 27 Max Macon, one-time major league pitcher,, and first baseman, today was named manager of the Montreal Royals of the International baseball league. He suceeds Walter Alston, named manager of the parent Brooklyn Dodgers earlier this week. Macon, who was manager of the Fort Worth team in the Texas League for 1953, was signed to a one-year contract. He managed the Miami Sun Sox to the 1951 Florida International League pennant and play-off championship. r3 til nut UCH. TAX I r i V-" y ' uch. 4 -nut lit 760x15 Blue Ribbon White FACTORY LIST 51.25 y) il 95 FACTORY LIST SALE PRICE 1 I Ft. Lovderdalm 1 15S3 ! S. Fdrel Kwy. fh. 2-E244 '1

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