The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on May 28, 1945 · 6
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£1 Hues Bump Giants Twice Yanks Take Pair From Brownies Voiselle Shelled For First Defeat By The Associated Pres PITTSBURGH — The high-flying New York Giants came a cropper in their twin bill with the Pittsburgh Pirates today They dropped the first contest 16-4 and trailed 10-5 in the eighth inning -5of the second game halted because of Pennsylvania’s Sunday curfew law The curfew-postponed tilt will be completed prior to today's game Bill Voiselle Giant hurling ace '"went after his ninth straight tri-iumph in the opener but the "Pirates knocked him out of the in the first Inning and instead he suffered his first loss of the season to First Game HT- ABRHO PITT— ABRHO ‘ ‘ Baltzer2b 6 3 3 3 Jtuckeref 6 13 4 Kaus'na2b 5 6 3 4 On rf 5 0 10 M-dwlcklf 6 13 1 W-craublt 3103 AG d ii lb 1 0 0 1 Lema'rdic 3 110 Dekoningc 0 0 0 0 Kerrza 3 0 0 3 Reyes 3b 4 0 0 3 Voiselle a 0 0 0 0 Harrellp 10 0 1 Pyieo 0 00 0 Brewern 10 0 0 xDG deila 10 0 0 Geep 0 0 0 0 Zak2b Barrett ef O Brian rf Gioorf-cf Elliott 3b 0 0 3 3 0 0 6 4 S 1 Handley 3b 0 1 Russell If 0 1 LWanerlf 0 0 Dahlgnlb 4 1 Colmanlb 0 0 Guatine 4 0 Barnht 0 0 Salkeldc 3 1 Sewell D 4 1 Totals 30 4 24 Totals 39 16 18 37 — Batted lor Brewer In fth York 100 030 000— 4 m Pittsburgh 401 153 02x — 16 w- Errors none: RBI Hausmann Elliott 3 wPahlsrea 3 -Gustine Sewell Lombardi 3 Barrett Gionfriddo 2 Russell 4 Salkeld -doubles Dahlgren Rucker Barrett Rus--11 3 Elliott triple Rucker HR Lom-wdardl Salkeld SB Rucker Medwick: sac aBaltraaver left N Y 9 Pitt 11: walks Sewell 4 Voiselle 2 Harrell 7 Brewer 2 fO Harrell 3 Sewell 3 Brewer 2 hits off - Voiselle 3 In 1-3 Innings Harrell 4 in '3 2-3 Pyle 2 In 1-3 Brewer 6 In 3 3-3 Ce 3 In 1 loser Voiselle Second Game 5-New York 000 030 11— R 13 1 01S Ox— 10 13 3 t- Fischer Adairs Pyl (8 and Berres w Lombardi (7 Gerheauser Kescigno nd (Callad lant rf th Sunday law: will ba completed tomorrow before regular game) Braves Reds Split First Game BOS — AB R H O pm — ABRHO Cl 1 Will’ ms 2b 4 0 2 Claycf 4 0 3 Walkerrf 4 0 8 M Cm k lb 3 0 1 Mener3b 1 0 S Libkelf 3 O 3 Miller sa 4 1 LnkemanC 3 X Riddle o 1 rTIPton 1 Carter p 3 Foxp 0 zzSipek 1 Llsenbee p 0 5 6 1 6 1 3 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 Tot ala 38 4 13 27 Total 30 0 4 27 a Ratted for Riddle In 8th zz — Batted for Fox in 7th Boston 001 200 001—4 Cincinnati 000 000 000—0 RBI Holme Mack Drews Cooper Jou-Fes Joost Holmes Mack 2 Drews: 6B Holmes: sac Msi: left Bos 11 Cm 8 walks Cooper 4 Fox 1 Llsenbee 2 SO1 Goo per 8 Fox 3 Llsenbee 1: hits off Carter 8 In S innings Fox none in 2 -Llsenbee 4 In 3: hit by pitcher by Cooper —(McCormick! loser Carter Second Game Boaton 000 000 000 — 0 3 2 Cincinnati 103 020 00x— -8 7 0 Fette Hutching (5) Earley (8) and nisrey Waltera and Just Home run— Cincinnati— -G Walker— 5th Loser Fette vCul "Win Tic Second First Game PHI— ABRHO fiT L — ABRHO C-forda 3 Dingesrf 4 Wasdeil lh 4 Triplett If 4 DiMaccf 3 Ant el!i2b 4 Peacock e 4 PtcciutoSb 3 EchanzD 3 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 11 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 Bdienstlf 4 Hopo rf 3 Adams cf 3 Sanders lb 2 Kur ski3b 4 O Deac 4 Verban2b 3 Marlon ss 4 Creel D 2 zGarms 0 Donnelly n 0 zzBergamo 1 0 3 37 Totals 32 2 8 27 Totals - z — Batted for Creel tn 7th zz — Batted for Donnelly in 9th Philadelphia 200 (too ftoo — 2 Bt Louis 000 000 000 — 0 Errors Sanders DlMaetlo Marion RBI Triplett: double Peacock SB DlMagglo: aae Plnciuto left 8t L 9 Phil 7 walk Creel 3 Bchana 8 BO Creel 3 Behans 6: hits off Creel 4 In 7 Innlnga Donnelly 4 In 2 loser Creel Second Gams Brooklyn t 000 101 00— 2 6 3 Chicago 100 0Ot 00 — 2 7 0 (Game galled end of 8th on account of darkness) Lombardi and Bukeforthi Paa-eeau and Livingston Phillies Win Two First Game AB R H O CHI 0 0 0 0 3 6 3 2 0 3 7 0 0 0 0 BKN— Ftarky2b 3 Bandl ksa 1 Resencf- 4 Galan-lb 4 -Walkerrf 4 -Oimoil 4 P garay jb 3 73 sxifi-20 3 Andrews c 3 Greg p 3 Weoberp 0 xHart 1 HitchTasp 0 ABRHO Hack 3b J'nson2b Nich's'nrf Cav ttalb Rirec Pafko cf Lowreylf Sch'stera zBecker Merulloza Primp Tot s Is 32 1 8 24 Totals 31 6 7 27 x — Batted for Webber In 8th - z — Batted for 6chuster in 6th Trookivn O’O 000 000—1 'Chicago 000 004 llx — 6 Errors Pandlock Andrews: RBI John--on Rice Becker 2 Merullo: double Olmo: trislt Eecker: SB Rice: sac Pafko 2: lft Bkn 6 Chi 12 walks off Gregg 7 Webber 2 Prim 3 SO Gzegg 5 Webber -1 Prim 2r hits off Gregg 4 In 5 (none cut in rh) Webber 3 in 3 Nltcholas -1 in 1 loser Gregg Second Game -Philadelphia 012 000 ooo— 3 10 1 45t Louis 000 000 020—2 9 0 EbroulL Lucier ( and Mancuso Byer-1t Juris ch (3) Doc kins (9) and Rice NAS Tankers Defeat NTC Opa-locka Naval Air Station swim-’ming team defeated Miami NTC 47 to 19 in a dual meet at the AAF Biltmore Hospital pool Sunday copping first place in every event except the 100-meter free style Abbott and Woolfolk placed 1-2 in the 100-meter event But other---wise NAS dominated the point-pro-'ducing places all the way through in amassing their easy win Results: 150-medley — NAS (Hassler Oal-letiy McManus: 50-yard free stvle — Rei-del NAS: Hsu NTC: Davidson NAS 100-x-ard breast stroke — -Pead NAS: Galletly NAS: Kuang NTC Diving — Holcomb NAS Murray NTC: Cash NAS 100-yard free rtie— Abbott and Woolfolk NTC: Sahv-burz NAS 100-yard back stroke — Hassler NAS: Mullins NTC 200-yard free tyle — Hnes NAS: Farrar NAS Mullins NTC 200-yard relay — NAS No Bad Luck There EAST LANSING Mich — The number "13” may hold omen of ill-luck for some persons but not for Karl A Schlademan Michigan -State’s track coach The Spartans defeated highly favored Indiana in a dual meet 6il£ t- 60 with a 13-member squad transported by Schlademan to Bloomington ELECTRIC MOTOR APPLIANCE REPAIRS REWINDING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO 42 N W 4th St Phona 3-3193 Yankees Tighten 1st Place Grip By The Aaaoelated Preaa NEW YORK — Playing through a continual drizzle the New York Yankees made it seven straight as they won both games of a double header from the St Louis Browns 10-9 and 3-1 before 36030 fans The first game was not decided until the 14th Inning when the Yankees put across two runs after the Browns had tallied once in their half The second was called after seven and a half innings on account of darkness The Yankees double victory broke the spell of nine straight Brown wins against them five last year Flret Game STL— AB R H O N Y— ABRHO Byrnes rf 7 8rh'z3b-8 7 1 6 0 3 3 3 1 1 0 4 1 3 0 1 3 13 3 4 3 4 1 0 X X St'weis2b 7 Meth'nyrf 7 HM'rMr If 0 Llndell cf 6 Ettenlb 6 Grlmes3b 6 Cro6ettiss 6 Crompt'nc 8 zzSt'bpck 1 Borowyp 3 PageD 0 zBuzas 1 Turnerp 3 zzzSavage I 3 10 ‘ 3 Kr'vichcf Btephs Clary 3b B M'rtlnlf Oraylf M'Qu’nlb Mancusoc Gut'dge3b Jakucklp Caster p Totals 53 9 14a41 Totals 54 10 16 42 a — Two out when winning run scored z — Batted for Page In 8th zz — Batted for Cromnton In 14th zzz — Batted for Turner in 14th St Louis 100 104 200 000 01 — 9 New York 101 000 303 000 02—1 Errors Etirnwelss Gray: RBI Stephens Etten 2 H Martin McQutnn Mancuso 2 Gutterldge B Martin Llndell 3 Crogetti 2 Savage Metheny doubles Jakucki H Martin triple Kreevich HR H Martin McQulnn B Martin SB Stlrnwelss 2 Gutterldge: sac Gutterldge Cromoton B Martin Llndell Clary left St L 11 N Y 14 walk Jakucki 6 Borowy 3 Caster 3 Turner 4 SO Borowy 4 Peee 2 Caster 3 Turner 1: hits off Borowy 9 In 4 1-3 Innings Jakucki 7 In 6 (none out In 7th) Page 2 In 1 2-3 Turner 3 m 8 Caster 9 In 7 3-3 wild pitch Borowy balk Borowy winner Turner loser Caster Second Game St Louis 100 000 00—1 6 3 New York 100 200 Ox— 3 1 (Called account darkness) Holllnirs worth and Mancuso Hayworth (7)Bevena and Garbark Fcrris Hurls J-JIitlrr As Ilosox Win Two BOSTON — Vlth Emmett O’Neill allowing only two hits the Red Sox edged the Chicago White Sox 2-1 Sunday In the second game at Fen-wav Park to sweep a doubleheader Boston won the first game 7-0 behind the one-hit pitching of Dave Ferriss who chalked up his sixth straight victory First Game ABRHO BOS— ABRHO 3 C’b'soncf 5 12 5 8 Steiner 2b 4 113 7 M Bride lb 4 2 3 14 0 Johnsonlf 5 12 0 Fox rf 4 5 3 Lake 1 Tobin 3b 3 Garbark 8 Ferns D CHI — Moses rf 4 0 0 Hockettcf 3 0 0 Farrrelllb 3 0 0 C'tnghtlf 3 0 0 Cuccflo3b 3 0 1 Srh!k2b 2 0 0 R'noldaaa 3 0 0 Tresho Castlnod Lopato Rnssn 00 U 11 3 0 11 4 0 10 4 0 12 3 0 0 1 i0 o 3 I 8 ? Total 27 0 1 24 Total 38 7 13 27 x — Batted for Roa In 9tb Chicago 000 000 000—0 Boston 300 202 00X— 7 Errors Hockett Steiner RBI Fox Tobm 3 McBride Johnson: doubles Oar-bark McBride Johnson Fox: sacrifice Steiner left Chi 1 Bos 11: walks lepat 4 Ferriss 1: SO Lopat 2 Ferriss 2: hits off Lonat 13 In 6 innings Ross 0 In 2: hit I by pitcher by Lonat (Fox): loser Lopat Second Gama Chicago 010 000 000—1 3 2 Boston 000 100 Olx — 2 5 1 Haynes and Tresh: O’Neill and Walters Home run (Boston) Johnson 4th Dclroit Wins Loses Totals 33 3 7 27 Total 33 X 9 27 x — Batted forNigaeling In 9th xx — Ran for Ferrell in 8th xxx — Batted for Binks In 9th Detroit 012 000 000—3 Washington 001 000 000 — 1 Errors Clift Webb RBI York Cullen-blne Vaughn Doubles Kuhel Webb Maier HR York Left Detroit 7 Washington 6 W'alks off Niggellng 4 Newhouser 1 SO bv Newhouser 5 Niggellng 2 Hits off Niggelme 8 in 7 Innings Carrasquel 0 in 1 Loser Niggellng Second Game Detroit 010 000 000—1 8 1 Washington 000 000 Oil — 2 8 2 Grrell and Richards Haefner and Evans Indians 8 Athletics 3 First Game CLEV AB R H O Meyer 2b 4 114 M k’Wczcf 5 13 O’Desrf 5 0 B’dreauss Seereylf Ross3b Roccolb Rusz'skie Embreep PHIL ABRHO Wilkins ss 6 112 2 R's'nth'llf 4 0 13 1 4 Estal'llaef 6 0 13 5 2 2 2 Siebertlb 3 0 14 4 113 McGhee lb 2 0 0 3 5 0 3 0 Hall2b 4 0 0 2 2 10 6 Haves e 3 0 0 3 4 115 Pruett 8 0 10 4 2 1 0 X Kell 3b 4 0 0 1 Ehirnsrf 3 112 Gass’w'yp 10 0 0 xMetro 10 10 Black p 2 0 10 36 8 12 27 Total 3737 27 x— Batted for Gassaway in 4th Cleveland C01 223 000—8 Philadelphia 001 100 010—3 Errors Meyer Rocco Boudreau Wilkins: RBI Siebert Seerey Boudreau 2 Mackiewicz 2 O'Dea Burns doubles Wll kins Seerey Meyer triple Maekiniewicz HR Boudreau: sac Embree left Cleve 7 Phil 10: walks Embree 3 Gassaway 2 B’ark 3 SO's Embree 4 Gassaway 2 L'iack 5: hits off Gassaway 6 In 4 tnninRK Black 6 In 6 passed ball Kuszkowskl loser Gassawav Ser To Captain Beach Cagers The Miami Beach High school basketball team has elected Julius Ser regular on last season’s regional championship quintet as team captain for the 1946 season i Ser’s election by his teammates was unanimous marking the first time that any Typhoon player has been so honored Coach Leo Boles reported Nelson Downs Snead 4-3 For Standoff In Links —Herald Staff Photo MRS JEAN SMYTHE woman skeet star from Palm Beach center fired the first shot Sunday as FredEtchen’s Shooting Country club was opened Mrs Smythe and the naval officers who participated in the opening event are shown checking their scores Left to right Lt V S Blakemore 24 Lt P J Van Valin 20 Mrs Smythe 24 Lt W J Comstock 20 and Lt A R Kreibler 24 Covington Bags Fifth Win For EAL ®- Marine AC Turns Back Homestead Aided by his teammates’ 14-hit barrage Lefty Covington won his fifth game of the season Sunday in a Dade County Victory league doubleheader at Miami Field as the loop-leading Eastern Air Lines wallloped the Coast Guard 10-2 Jim Ball second baseman and Hal Skinner left fielder led the Air Lines’ attack with three hits each In the opening tilt the Marine Athletic club won its fifth victory of the year with Pitcher Roger Wright permitting but six hits to the Homestead Army Air Base who lost 43 Chuck Henderson with one for one and Bert Stone The Miami Herald’B Esquire All-American player with two for three led the A C batting co— Quimbyta Ollvelb Vltarlcf Logan If Hadden rf Buck 3b Nemltze Ball 2b Parkerp Meyer p ABRHO 4 0 0 0 EAL— AB R H O Bogart 3b 4 10 1 M'tyklb-rf 8 I I 2 Tierce s 4 2 2 1 10 0 3 13 0 7 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 4 1 8 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 Watts s Parec Boone lb Smith rf SkinnerIf Yanceycf Ball 2b 3 0 0 9 3 13 1 8 0 3 2 8 0 2 0 5 13 2 Cov’gtonp 4 110 Total CG EAL Errors Ball Watts doubles Yancey Nemitz: double plays Covington to Tierce to Boone Vltari to Ball: stolen bases Tierce 2: struck out by Covington 6 Parker 2 Meyer 2: bases on balls off Parker 2 Meyer 2 hits off Parker 7 In 4 2-3 Innings Meyer 7 In 3 1-3 sacrifice hits Boone Bogart Totals 38 10 14 27 000 010 010— 2 000 063 Olx— 10 Parker Quimby 2: AAF— ABRHO MAC— ABRHO Goebel If 4 0 0 1 Stone 2b 3 12 3 Wilder2b 3 12 3 Leopold lb Harrell rf 3 0 0 0 Pawllkrf Tarrrf 2 0 0 0 Bvrdcf Toth 4 112 Donald 8 Ward 3b 4 0 10 Reitzlf Hampton e 3 0 0 5 Kemplf V'B’ahylb 4 1 0 10 Hen'a'n3b Blewaa 3 0 0 3 Rlchss Casper p 4 0 2 0 Wright p 4 0 0 13 4 0 12 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 5 3 10 1 0 0 0 0 1110 3 111 2 0 0 0 Total 34 3 8 24 Totals 28 4 8 37 AAF 000 001 110 — 3 MAC 010 001 20x — 4 Error Donald Wright 2 Stona Rich Blew: double Toth double plays Stone to Xopold Toth to Hampton Wilder to Von Berghy Ward to Wilder to Von Berghy SB’s Reitz Pawlik Wilder: BO'a by Casper 4 Wright 6 walks off Casper 6 Wrisbt 4: ac Wright Blew Owcr’s Pigeon Wins Race Rain storms took a heavy toll on the pigeons flying in the Miami Racing Club's 500-mile contest flown from Fairfax S C but Mrs T Owens blue check hen “Trophy Girl” made the grade to win the Percy Manley trophy Only seven of the fourteen lofts competing reported their entrants home but all of the birds are not to be presumed lost although most of them will be useless for the remainder of the season Result ia Yard Per Mile No other loft reporting Ortiz Morales Clash At Biscayne Tonight Mexican Kuko Ortiz and Cuban Chico Morales a couple of fighting "good neighbors” from the torrid" zone wage international warfare between themselves in the eight-round main event on Promoter Sam Weinstein’s- weekly fight card at Biscayne Arena tonight s : Morales featherweight champion of Cuba already has earned a considerable reputation in ring circles while young Ortiz is a non-English-speaking newcomer to the American ring Ortiz was brought to this country anrl is being tutored in ring ways by Joey Peralta long an outstanding title contender in his division and a big-time card in the United States Peralta and his Mexican charge reached town Sunday Morales has been In Florida for several weeks but will be making his first ring 6tart here In tonight’s bout Page 6 THE MIAMI HERALD Monday May 28 1945 COUNTER-rUNCIlIXG— Eddie Coachman the referee who stopped the Jack Larriniore-Red Bryan bout at Biscayne Arena in the seventh round last Monday night and gave it to Larrimore on a TKO contends his ruling was that "Bryan was no contest” Haw! Figure that one out if you can If one fighter is NO MATCH for the other then the fight is no contest and no winner can be declared How one fighter can be “no contest” for another without making the fight itself no contest is one apparently only Coachman can figure out All of which Is additional evidence that a new referee or two for the main events is the greatest need of Miami boxing How the fans feel about it Is obvious every time Coachman steps into the ring He w’as booed so long' and so loudly at the Armory Arena Wednesday night the announcer was unable to introduce the fighters And he drew another storm of criticism from the ringsiders by helping Billy Lima off the floor twice during the bout that night GROUNDS FOR PROTEST— Fat Malone the Biscayne Arena wrestling matchmaker is thinking of registering a protest with the boxing commission to stop the boxers "from stealing my wrestlers’ finishes” MERRY-GO-ROUND — Coaches Eddie Dunn Walt Kichefski and Tony Cianci of U M are taking their summer vacations early this year so they can be back at the U in time to start summer drills July 1 State coaches already are nominating Hillsborough of Tampa to repeat as Big Ten champs next season The Terriers have a 200-pound Junior fullback named Cecil Ferette who looks like another "Vic” Vaccaro Only All-Southern Ray Jack-son kept him off the first team last year Lloyd Budge and Rob Decker Roney Plaza pros will play in the national pro championship tennis tournament in New York this summer and will team up In doubles competition CAGE SHUFFLE— If the three-class Florida prep basketball setup putting the 20 largest schools In class A the next 64 in class B and the rest in class C is adopted next season The Herald’s "Little All-State” football team will be picked exclusively from the B and C schools Last season only the 14 Big Ten teams were excluded from the “Little All-State” field QUICK riCK-UrS— Kuko Ortiz who battles Cuban Chico Morales here tonight can’t speak a word of English Joey Peralta whose protege Kuko is does the Interpreting for him Chino Alvarez the Florida featherweight who once ranked with the best in the world decisioned Slxto Morales in 10 rounds the other night to prove there’s life in the old boy yet Morales because of his greater experience probably will go into the ring favored to win over Peral ta’s newcomer from south of the border A companion eight-rounder will feature either Stacky Rowe or Red Bryan The remainder of the card includes a pair of six-round bouts and a four-rounder In the six-rounders Jimmy Smith winner over Cuban Billy Lima several months ago goes against Sammy Burke and Jackie Greenberg tangles with Lefty Cole man The opening four-rounder is scheduled to start at 8:45 S Rounding Up tftl BY WOODY THOMPSON Eight racers which have been winning or scoring money posi tions in the secondary featured races at the Biscayne Kennel club have been matched tonight for the featured ninth race over the long 5-16-mile distance It is a 10-race card starting at 8 w-hich opens the second full week of the 40-nlght meeting Flagler Flyer rates a definite edge In this field as the S J Parrish star has posted two worthy wins to date In the last It was at 5-16-mile and running second in that event was Windy Bug which is in tonight’s field Also the entry lists Meeker Lad star feature race entrant for several years Ben Stairley Plucky Pakalee Bone Trouble and Sure Starter All have showed highly creditable races since the May 15 opening ENTRIES FIRST — Miami Shore course (First Half Daily Doublet: 1-Llttle Llndy 2-Descrt Angel 3-Sandy Lass 4-Wlllow Run 8-Black Sambo 6-Navy 7-Flrat Command 8-Habit SECOND— Futurity: 1-Lltt!e Iodine 2 Little Mascot 3-North Atlantic 4-Hunch 5-Mr Paddles 6-Pretend 7-Blue Echo B-Mary Breeze THIRD— 5-16 Mile (Last Half Daily Double): 1-Senrab’s Beauty 2-Lucky Thir teen 3-My Adele 4-Boonie 5-Hedda 6-Golden Lady 7-Bunny Boo 8-Drilting Home FOURTH — Miami Shores course: 1-Ru- ben 2-Wm 3-Holiday Mood 4-Bazula S-Famous Lady 8-Violetta' Sally 7-FIa-hoole 8-Aunt Maud FIFTH— 5-16 Mile: 1-Blue Jay k-Singe Binge 3-Hy-Pod 4-Nosey poker 5-Jolly Hal 6-Pllzrlm's Last 7-Charlie Kroman 8-Booaie Woogie SIXTH— Futurity: 1-Wtld Water 2-Snot Cash 3-Rolando Red -4-Hootln’ Tootin’ 5-Mulroek Queen e-Rockinzham 7-Battle Scar 8-Heart Throb SEVENTH— 6-18 Mile: 1-Honest Bill 2-Balanced Budget 3-Par Marshall 4 Sharp Trailer 5-Mlss Jonette 6-Mlsmi Maid 7-Me Troubadour 8-Winnlng Run EIGHTH— Futurity: 1-Shorty Boy 2 Ruby Torres 3-AIa Mode 4-Keeo Trying 6-Poverty Prince 6-Beaded Betty 7-Whlte Cash 8-My Seal NINTH — 5-16 Mile: 1-Meeker Lad 2- Pakalee 3-Windv Buz 4-Plucky 5-Ben Stairley 6-Flaaler Flyer 7-Sure Starter 8-Bone Trouble TENTH— 6-18 Mile: 1-Fast Btsrter 2- Win Kar 3-Ids Flowers 4-Lone Lee 5-Eauiglow 8-Lucky Ways 7-Bit O Nerve 8-Leola's Laddie SELECTIONS By JOE BROWN 1 — First Command Desert Angel Black Sambo 2 — Little Maacot Little Iodine Mr Paddles 3 — Mv Adele Boonle Senreb’s Beauty 4 — Ruben Aunt Maud Famous Lady 5— Nosey Poker Blue Jay Sine Bine 6— Wild Water Heart Throb Snot Cash 7— HONEST BILL Balanced Budget Winning Run 8— My Seal Shorty Boy Ruby Torres 9 — Pakalee Meeker Lad Windy Bug 10 — Lone Lee Leola’s Laddie Bit O Nerve Moore Winner" In La Gorce Event i J L Moore took first prize in the La Gorce Country club’s PGA re habilitation program blind bopey tournament Sunday scoring 85-12 — 73 for the 18 holes C R Clark won second prize with 95-18 — 77 out of a field of 76 entries La Gorce’s first summer tournament for men is scheduled next Sunday as an lS-hole best ball event j The regular women's weekly1 tournament will be held today j ©- Rain Mud Mar Play In Final Day By LEO H TETERSEN I'nited Prrs Sport Editor WEST ORANGE N J— Byron Nelson flashing the form that has made him the game's leading money winner shot through the rain and mud Sunday to defeat Sammy Snead 4 and 3 and gain a standoff in their 72-hole special match for the unofficial world's golf championship Sunday’s round was match play over the rolling hills of the Essex County Country club course in miserable golfing weather and Nelson won it by a much larger margin than that by which Snead took the 36 holes of medal play at Flushing N Y Saturday Slam-min’ Sam’s margin was only one stroke Leading from the start Nelson wound up Sunday’s scheduled 36 holes on the 15th green Had they been playing medal Nelson would have won going away His 33-hole total was 128 three under par compared to Snead's 133 Thus the men who won most of the titles and the money too on the 1945 winter golfing circuit finished just where they started with neither holding an advantage No provision had been made for a playoff In the event the special match for the TGA’s war veteran rehabilitation fund wound up in a tie so there was no way of awarding either man the title although Nelson's de cisive victory Sunday gave him the edge for the two days of Play Snead was far off form and never had a chance to win the match he wanted so much because it would have been a nice present for his 33rd birthday Sunday But the way his game was going he knew he didn’t have a chance and in the locker room after the first 18 holes he jokingly asked Nelson to ease up so he could square the match and give the crowd a run for its money Lauderdale NAS Wins Skeet Shoot Blazing away with deadly accuracy the Fort Lauderdale NAS skeets team missed only one target in the team match Sunday which marked the opening of Fred Etchen's Shooting Country club at N W 103rd street and 13th avenue This gave the Lauderdale crew victory over their rivals with 124 out of a possible 125 Lt Borux Ballard was the only member of the Lauderdale team to miss a target Lt V S Blakemore Chief D F HIckok AOM 2-C Henry J Eidt and Lt Hugh Chatham had perfect scores of 23 each Hickok overseas veteran with Fort Lauderdale Air Gunners broke 100 straight targets for a perfect score for the day Several hundred people visited the club which formerly was the Laurence Romfh farm during the day and many availed themselves of a chance to take part in skeet and trapshooting Mrs Jean Smythe nationally known skeet star for Talm Beach fired the first skeet shot at 1 p m and Bart Geiger blazed away first to open the traps Scores of the first team on the traps were: Geiger 23 Hale Jones 25 Sgt J B Johnson 22 Corp Dennis Kurger 23 and Capt S R Hamilton 20 The first skeet team turned in good scores Mrs Smythe had 24 Lt V S Blakemore had 24 as did Lt A R Kenibler Lt P J Van Valin and Lt W J Comstock had 20 each TEAM SCORES N’AS Air Crew Dir Opa-lnrk NAS Blakemor 25 W J Comstock 23 Ballard 24 A R Kneibler 25 Chatham 25 R L Kendlg 22 H J Eidt 25 Maibohm 25 Hiekock 25 W C Callies 24 124 21 22 24 25 21 119 Fori Lauderdale R S Nn 9 Lt Van Vlin S-St Klnjon Rat Johnson H Jones Pancho Kimball Pennock W L Joiner A B Western Abbott 23 23 22 23 20 "ill u 113 Fort Lauderdale 23 Alien 21 Myler 21 Dobhrow McPhee Jewell 105 S OTHER SKEET SCORES Skeet— Cpl Hamilton 20 Lt Blakemore 22: Mrs Jean Smythe 24: Burt Geiger 15 Mrs M L Smythe 23: Ed Fleminz 21 Cpl Dennis Kruger 25 J B Winters 22 Lewis 22 Henry J Etdh 24 R L Pennock 24 D F Hickok 25 A B Western 23 W L Joiner 22 C E Klmboll 22: C A Collie 25 William Weaver 12: R K Unger 1 P J Van Valin 22: Burt Gainer 24 W C Collies 22 J M Unkfer 22 J B Johnson 21: Joe Guerrero 24: H A Russell 23 Traps— C 8 Wills 17-20 Burt Geiger 23-25 Lt P J Van Valtn 20-23 Cnl Denni Kruger 34-23 Buftln 23 Hale Junes 26-24-25 Brown Cops Sailing Event Fourteen sailing craft entered the schedule of races held by the Miami Yacht club Sunday afternoon in South Bay off Mary Street pier Worth Brown in his Brownie took top honors in the large eail area class and Frank Kerdyke sailed his Barbara to take top honors in a fleet of six Snipes Ralph Knowles bested Charles Phillips for top honors in the Suicide class while Vivvan Hall took first place in the X Dinghv class OVER 200 SQ FT OF SAIL Boat Skipuer Finals Browntf Worth Brown 1st Bonnie Belle Dr A Kushner 2nd Dilemm Fred Gross Jr 3rd SUICIDE CLASS Mowray RalDh Knowles 1st Scorpion Charles Phillips 2nd Mary Ralph Ryder 3rd SNIPE CLASS Barbara Frank Kerdvke 1st Blue Lass Bill Chandler 2nd 1041 Paul Robertson 3rd Hell's A Poppin' Pounce Yelverton 4th Ad Lib W C Brooks 5th No name Jane Dobbins 6th DINGHY CLASS X40 Vtvyan Hall 1st X0 Milt Wilson 2nd OCEAN FISHUVG On Roat “Admiral” OPERATING DAILY EXCEPT SAT 8 P 51— 8276 Including Goy’t Tax GULF FISHING DOCKS Kaet End ef County Csneeway Cpt Geo M Steven Ph 6-9287 Segura Hulbert Cop Plaza Tennis Titles By WOODY THOMPSON Herald Sport Writer - Colorful little Francisco (Pancho) Segura the two-fisted Ecuadorean who is America’s third ranking men’s tennis player blazed his way to the Roney Flaza summer championship with a 6-4 6-2 triumph over top-seeded Charles R Harris of West Palm Beach Sunday Wildlife— Conservation i n A crowd of more than 300 fans poured out on the fashionable Roney Plaza courtyard and perched from every vantage point around the courts to witness the match between the slugging senor and the smooth-stroking American star Pancho’s win was not unexpected and was not regarded as an upset in spite of the fact Harris had been seeded ahead of him The women’s singles and men’s doubles however produced surprises ranging from mild to stunning j Betty- Halbert University of Miami girls’ champion from St Louis came through with an unexpected but convincing triumph over first seeded Connie Clifton of New Synirna 6-4 6-1 and Florida's championship high school doubles team of Ruddy Behrens and Jason Morton knocked off Segura and Roy Evans of Miami 11-9 4-6 6-1 In spectacular performances Segura was on top all the way in his match with Harris as he outstroked and frequently out-maneuvered the Palm Beach veteran But the American Ace’s steady baseline play made for long batting rallies frequently deuced games and a good match Miss Hulbert played a smashing offensive game to carry the play to Miss Clifton and virtually storm her way to a terrific wdn Miss Clifton waged a strong defense in the opening set but was no match for the university miss in the second Then in the doubles finals it remained for youngsters Behrens and Morton of Fort Lauderdale to produce the grand climax to a day of dazzling tennis by downing Segura nnd Evans 11-9 4-6 6-1 Behrens and Morton had set point coming up seven times in the opening set but Segura and Evans finally pulled even at 8-all and had two set points in their favor before the youngsters won Segura and Evans came back to take the second set but the prep champs went to town in the last one and ran away with the match Segura tired noticeably after the long first set ASEB(LL STATISTICS Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE x— Does not include second game to be completed today INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE t dub— W L Pet Club— W L Pet Montreal 21 11 658 Byracuaa 12 13 480 Jersey C 13 9 591 Toronto 11 15 423 Newark 13 13 500 Rochester 10 14 417 Baltimore 12 12 500 Buflalo 9 14 391 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Club — W L Pet Club— W L Pet N Orl'n 24 8 800 Lit Rock 11 17 393 Chat'n’ga 20 8 714 Birmjham 9 20 310 Atlanta 18 10 643 NasliVtlle 6 20 286 Mobile 19 12 613 Memphis 8 22 214 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Team — W L Pet Team — W L Pet Miiw'uke 17 9 654 Columbus 16 18 471 Louisville 16 12571 Mtnpoli 12 15444 Ind'apoll 16 13652 Kan CltV 12 16429 Toledo 14 15 483 8t Paul 10 15 400 Yesterday s Results AMERICAN LEAGUE ' Boston 7-2 Chicago 9-1 Detroit 3-1: Washington 1-2 Cleveland 8 Philadelphia 3 (Second game postponed) New York 10-3: St Louis P-t NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 2-3 St Louis 0-2 Boston 4-0: Cincinnati 0-5 Pittsburgh 16-10 New York 4-5: (8 in- "'chlca 2: Brooklyn 1-2 (called In 8th darkness) INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo 4-3 Rochester 3-4 Montreal 4-3 Toronto 1-2 Jersey City t Baltimore costponed r'syreuse at Newark postponed rtin SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION ChSttanooga 5-3: Nashville 0-2 New Orleans 8-0 Little Rock 2-8 Memhpsi 10-6 Mobile 9-8 Birmingham 1G-0 Atlanta 9-3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 4 Toledo 2 (Second tarn postponed! Columbu 14-2 Kansas City I-1- Louisville at fit Paul postponed rain Indianapolis at Minneapolis postponed rain Today's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE St Louis (Kramer 3-2) at New York (Donald 3-2V Chicap (Grove 3-3) 8t Boston (Cecil Cleveland (Reynolds 4-2) at Philadelphia (Christopher 6-2): night game Detroit (Mueller 0-0-at Washington (Leonard 3-2): night game NATIONAL LEAGUE New York (Mungo 4-1) at Pittsburgh (Strtncevlch 3-1) Brooklyn (Chapman 1-2) at Chicago (Derringer 5-3) Boston (Andrews 3-3)’ at Cincinnati (Dasso 23) night game Philadelphia R Barrett 3-3) at fit Louis (C Barrett 3-3 night game MIAMI SHORES GOLF COURSE Fated Florida’s Best Visitors Welcome Daily Fie— 5150 — SenriKmen— $100 Willie Maclarlane Pro TONY R0WE8S Mr Classic IP By ERL ROMAN “"XNE of these mornings you'r gqjng to wake up and find salt in your coffee" The speaker was H H - Hyman representing Anglers Inc at a general meeting of the Dade County Conservation council He was one of 14 rep resentatives each sent to the meeting by a civic or sportsman’s club to decide upon a course of action in connection with the water situation I'm not kidding” Hyman continued “and I know what I'm talking about Some day unless something is done or we have one hell of a lot of rain the salt water 13 going to break through into the city well field and all you’ll have In your hydrants will be salt water — and I mean plenty salty” Hyman said as we have maintained for many years that the answer to the situation was simple Flace dams In the canals build necessary dykes he advocated and there would be an end to water shortage and the threat to Dade county's water supplies "Trouble Is” commented Karl Squires who was representing th Exchange club "the public don’t seem to show much interest even though they know of the water shortage and have been forbidden to water their lawns except n certain days and at certain hours I have fought for this and other things for years and it's my opii ion that you cannot get 20 Miamians to stick together 20 minutes on any proposition” "Well” returned Hyman "you’ll see some action when the people find salt water coming out of their hydrants Instead of fresh water But it'll be too late then for once wells go salty they never give out fresh water again And if something is not done and done quick there'll be only salt w-ater and no fresh water" i t What Hyman said and what Squires observed is true This water problem has been with ns for many years yet nothing of a practical nature has been done about it The citizens of this area have seen their lawns mined from lack of water they’ve seen 40090 acres of Dade's marl lands go to pot due to salt water incursion they’ve sneezed and coughed while the rich mack lands have burned they've paid for a five-year survey— and nothing has been done In most other communities citizens would have showered the city county and state authorities with letters of protest and telegrams demanding that the recommendations of the survey be carried out pronto Here however they have not only failed to take any action but they don’t even put up passive resistance Perhaps they'll wake up and do something when their hydrants run salty but that’s locking the old stable door after the horse has been stolen Well the Dade County Conservation council meeting was one cf great interest Representatives of 14 civic 'clubs who failed to attend missed out on a lot of discussion on a matter vital to this community The council voted unanimously to support the bill giving the county commission power to place dams and erect dykes and other things necessary for proper water control Charles Ledbetter jr secretary of the council who has served the organization faithfully for many years announced that he would be out of Florida for a few months so President Eustace Adams appointed Stuart Pizie acting secretary in Ledbetter’s absence srnmis movsis? NO BETTER BLADE AT ANY PRICE! II© ca-Mg) l14CONSOUOATtD SAZOa SIAOC

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