The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on July 23, 1946 · 11
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'A 1 ibvittl l ri -e ''-- -1-?ev-v-4' Ott Its f "4 " ! 4 f P 1P11 t 1114 "Plia d L '74r"r4'-P Tuesday July 23 1946 Spotlightrng Ted Enjoys Best Year 0 By WHITEY KELLEY HARNEsS ILICLS OFF 01—D ORHARD BEACH MP-61P) A wet track fnrced postponement morvs zrand circuit card at the Klte track Herold Sports Writer 'Time On My Hands' MELTS 0 144 litf444044 pa 4itf r7worasspoeptrAVik 4?6tegkeri :02t rip 4 J-4 v4 - 4k - 4- J 40?-1 — Associated Press Wirenhoto HORSES PARADE TO THE POST for the first race as thc) new $3500000 Atlantic City race track cpens Monday Crowds jammed the grandstands several hours before posttime tTrlok cevers 657 acres in the heart of 11w lerFey's pine woods Segura Defeated By French Star Brown and Patty Win THE MIAMI HERALD 11-A Sports Editor Jimmy Burns is on a well-earned vacation His eedninn will he tvritten for the vert two weeks by Luther Evans Whiffy Kelley and Bob Elliott Before long now members of the writing fraternity especially the Boston branch of the brethren will start comparing and announcing that Thumping Theodore Williams is more proficient in di-Tatching a baseball from the confines of an Ameri(an league park than was the old Bambino Babe Ruth Immediately the Ruth-was-the-Greatest society will take up their typewriters in defense of the old Yankee slugger and the flow of adjectives will sNyeep the country The ensding debate will not be unlike the one the boys staged concerning Bobby Jones and Byron Nelson When Nelson was wr-rirz everything in 'sight during the war 'years some of the fourth estaTe said he was the greatest golfer that ever dropped a 1vtt The Jones' admirers said NCIS011 ac a Johnny-come-lately a lucky Etiff the present competition waslousy and so on How there could be any trne comparison of the two I can't Pe Both pla:4e4 in different eras and under different conditions Jones had the he:st answer for the- debate when he told Her-- Ltd Sports Editor Jimmy Burns that Nelson has won everything thgre 34' NN in in preiqmt-day competition and 11P swept everything rmz hLs pia in days sr) why nnt let the matter rest there compari-ons are so much balogna Figure 7 and records ciecicd the greatness of an athlete not the personal opinion of a Fports writer NVILLIANIS !kt'ilt- ONE 11)‘1' prove that hes a greater home rn hitter than Ruth but until he Wallops 6o in on season and 714 d'Arig his major league career the man W it h the beer barrel stomach and toothpick legs- is still the king Ruth verazert 31 homers over 21 seasons Williams' rerord shovs a n veaze :31 for the four 3ears hP:S bPPTI in the big show Tf I-hap-4 Williams' supporters will cry that his four 3ears of service ri the Nlarine Corps V ill hinder hiss chance of ever reaching the a11-time mark If so don't forget Ruth was a pitcher for the first six years of his major career and pitchers arent supposed to hit let alone bash one for the circuit Bight now Ted's enjoing his finest homeric sear With 27 already on the books he should top his best previous mark of 37 utthout too much difficulty unless of course he's beset by injuries The Kid however mill have to up his production if he hopes to do anvthing about Ittith's all-time mark During the Bambino's fiVP most productive 3ears he hit 60 59 51 51 and 49 A:I that 11WV can be said of the pair In the way of comparisons is that they make the turnstiles burn Huge crowds flocked to see Ruth the same i true of Williams Both have that indefinable characteristic called color and it stems from the same thing their love for hitting Ted would rather sluz a baseball than eat The Babe loved his food to a fault but he never tired of making a pitcher's Lfe miserable Florida Netters Prosper EVEN THOUGH the wedge is small Florida is beginning to rnake a little headway in its recognition 'aF a state where outstanding tennis players are produced Both Gardnar Mulloy anrj Doris Hart ere doing much to further the thought Hart broke up Californias almost complete domination of the Wightman Cup team Sne's the only -furriner" on the six-player team With addition of Jack Kramer the Davis Cup team takes on a California hue since II:rankle Parker the National champion now calls that state his home This isn't a knock at those who select theteams its merely to show that California tfirough close supervision of a player from tho time he plays in a tenn-age tournament until he's ready for national play turns out the top net performers We could do the same If Kramer regains the weight he lost during the Wimbledon tournament a nd reaches peak form the Davis Cup will be back in the United States again this 3-ear With Kramer and Parker to play s:ngles and Billy Talbert and Mulloy for the doubles the U S should win in a romp from the Australians after disposing of Swerien in the inter-zone finals is the best balanced team we have turned out in years Usually one or two players carry the load such as Ellsworth Vines Donald Budge and Bobby Riggs did DECISION NOT TO PAINT the Orange t owl certainly was a brIlllant one We don't have the time the city sass Nothing was dorP about the nivter until it was too late which seems to he the uiI prcwedure around city hall If the city will just forget about the rtstn-47 decay and other repairs that illay be needed we'll have a row bowl fa-ter than anyone stisprcts The present one will fall apart from lack of upkeep If an individuat ran a business like t're runs the Orange Bowl hPd be walking around N ith holes In the :zf-itt of Ills pants before vtry many months STOVIAK rosT KINGS POINT N Y—(—fly mond Stoviak of Uniontown Pa has been named backflekt coach of the Merchant Marine Academy football team it was announced Pancho Loses In Three Sets To Bernard 0 Illy The Aroselated Pr PARIS—Two young American players Monday advanced to the quaterfinals of the 1-11PI-CS singles play in the French internationa1 tennis championships with three top-ranking Frenchmen two Czechs and one Yugoslav blocking the way to the title Tom Brown a sensation at Wim-' bleflon in his first taste of big-time tennis moved up with a straight-set victory over Boger Dubuc ninth-ranking French player although he had to come from hehind in the first two sets to do it The scores were 6-4 S-6 6-2 Budge Patty of Los Angeles remained in the running by defeating -Paul Feret of France 6-2 2-6 6- n-6 Feret who is 10 in French rankings showed an unspectacular pat-hall service which apparently troubled the American Marcel Bernard eliminated Francisco "rancho" Segura in the most spectacular match of the tournament to date Roland Carros stadium echoed attain Segura's cry of ''Oh Pancho" with which he berated his own mistakes as Bernard cross-court ed him smashed his lobs and angled net shots with his left hand to drub the swarthy Erna- dorian 14-6 6-3 64 Tt waq fast sharp clever tennis on Bernard's part in keeping with the tradition of the French game Vthfr1 Ga Hie plaN ers ruled the ‘vorhrs entirt play Top-ranking VVOn Petra Vimbledon and Frernh champion hreezed through his match Monday with a 6-1 6-2 6-3 victory over Jacques Jamain The American loam of Pauline :Betz and Patty came from behind to defeat the British mixed doubles pair cif Vera Dace and D L Paish 6-1 and Dorothy Bundy and 'Brown eliminated Doris hart of Miami and Enriqui Morea of Argentina 3-6 6-2 6-4 Horse Crashes Rail 7 Hurt DETROIT— (INS)— Seven persons were injured MOnday when a horse ran through a rail at the Detroit race track Two women and two men were taken to Highland Park General hospital and three other men fans were given firstaid at the track 'Witnesses said two of the injured appeared seriously hurt The accident occurred at the end of the seventh race in which the horse Valdina Senora ran last Track officials said blinkers fell over the animal's eyes blinding it and it threw apprentice jockey Henry Ford 17 over its head and struck the Ex-Sting'aree Baseball Player In Service Loop Dilly Hillard left fielder for the Miami High Stingarees in 1944 is now playing with the Dallas Naval Air Station baseball club his father Billy Hillard sr reported Monday Young Billy has been in the Navy for a year and a half and is in his second season in the Texas Navy baseball league Janiro Vs Pe llone NEW YORK—(1P)—Tony Janiro Youngstown 0 welterweight and Tony Pe llone of New York have been signed to headlin e a fight card at Madison Square Garden Aug 9 FACTORY AUTHORIZED 1 PONTIAC gy SERVICE Trail Pontiac Inc 1305 S W 8T11 STREET Phone 9-4576 J ards Dodgers Head East To Renetv Fight For Lead New Track Has Strike Problems By SIB FEDER Associated Press Sports Writer ATLANTIC CITY N J—The newest plaything in this self-styled "playground of the world" —the $37)00000 Atlantic City race track—made its' bow Monday with an estimated 23000 crowd a $1381522 bettinghandle and talk of horsemen's strikes that threatened for a time to delay the opening As a matter of fact the threats of strikes still hung over this newest race track in America Monday night although they cooled oft enough to run off the debut program This Nvas featured by the six-furlong Inaugural handicap in Odell the colors of the tote company president Henry I Straus came home one-two with New Ninon Ivhipping h i tablernate :rho Doge by a half length to return $900 for each $2 win ticket It Ivasn't until noon—only 212 hours before post-time—that the horsemen and the track agreed In kiss and make up enough to open the gates The horsemen AV ant track payment of bonuses for exercise boys grooms and blacksmiths and want the state racing commission to rule I hat horses do not necessarily hare to be stabled at a track in ordtr to enter races at that track This rule 'already is in effect at Atlantic City hut not at Garden State over in Camden and the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective association wants it made unanimous The horsemen said they'd it It out until Wednesday hut if it isn't settled to their satisfaction by then they won't enter their horses for races here at the spacious Atlantic City layout which has been carved from 657 acres of-New-Jersey- pine woods irt the past year and a half On top of that the track also was faced with the possibility that today's card may be marred by a jurisdictional union dispute among the mutuel clerks which -could have all or part of the ticket sellers and cashiers walking out However the local track organization beaded by John B Kelly the old Olympic rowing champion got the kinks ironed out enough to make the how a fair enough financial success which indicated the gee-gres may bring a new gold rush to the Jersey coast By 1 pm atilomobile-s were lined up and worming their way into the parking grounds and by 2 all seats In the clubhousre a n d grandstand were filled and SieS were crowded with standees Nen Seawthorn 20-year-o1d Pawtucket It I rider got the racing underway by taking both ends of the daily double In the feature eight of the 17 entries were scratched New :Moon and The Doge took command virtually from the moment the gale opened awl were never headed ho former finished half a length in front in 1:11 3- to pick tip the winner's $f)So0 paycheck The Doge was two lengths in the van of If L Lunger's Alexis at the wire Opening the program track president Kelly addressed 1 he crowd- over the loudspeaker system pledging the course to "honest races" lle reminded the faits that as 14 former rowing champion he knows !'what boat races are and we'll do our best not to have any here" Seahawks Get 011ie Cordi 11 HOUSTON Texas — (IP) — 011ie Cordill former ace back of the Rice Owls Monday signed -a contract to play- pro football with the Miami Seahawks of the All-America league He will leave within a day or two to join Coach Jack Meagher of the Miami squad Cordill helped pace the Owls to a Southwest conference championship in his sophomore year in 1937 and graduated from Rice in 19:19 lie reached thn rank of captain ih the Army Air Corps and helped coach and played some with ATC team in Nashville last season lie is 30 years old and the father of two boys one two months old and the other three years He has been connected with the veterans administration here Sets Motorcycle Mark WILLIAMS GROVE Pa Jim Chann of Bridgetora N :Ionday held a new motorcycle racing record by virtue of finishing 10 laps-5 miles—in 5:2424 Ladies' Shorts Turner's Sport Shop 40 S E 1ST ST Open To Public THE SURFSIDE CASINO On the Ocean at 72nd St Special Rates For Business Outi”Gs or Socials BEACH PARTIES Food Served On Premises Dressing Room — Cabanas Swimming Day and Night Private Beach Ph 6-3111 0 e Vernon Trails Bosax Slugger BY 8 Points Ply The Associated rresa CHICAGO — Irrepressihle Ted Williams of the Roston lied Sox with a booming' 3(35 mark finally has displaced Washington's 'lick- ev Vernon as the pacemaker in the American league batting race Vernon leader virtually since the SSa SOD started last week was left eight points behind the rampaging Williams with a runnerup average of 357 Williams spurted 12 points during the week 11 of them coming Sunday as he slashed seven hil in nine appearances Ted also became the new leader in hits with 118 giving him top ranking in four specialized departments lip continued to lead in runs hatted in with 90 belting across eight for the week ending Sunday in home runs with 27 and runs with 94 Dom DiNlaggin of the Red Sox itig2ernau21fl kept third in the batting column despite Ft three-point 'droo to 339 Others in the top ten included Hank Edwards of Cleveland 32a: Jomny Bernardino of St Loins 322: Johnny Beity of th Pti SnX 314: Bobby Doerr a nOther Boston ba5firr 311 Crutrley Keller of New York 104: Luke Anntina of Chwaao 308 and Vern Stephens of Sc Lois 303 Ilopp 01411S 379 Mark Musial Aloft llunnerup NEW yonK—orr)—Arkling eight points to his batting average during the past Week Johnny Ilopp of the Flostoil Braves boosted his figure to a lolly :l79 to enjoy A 1 h point margin over Stan Niusial the SI Louis ( rd j ui I v ho re placed Brooklyn's Dixie Waliver runnerup in the National league's I ndividual batting tournamentIlopp rapped out 10 safclies in 22 trips to the plate including games games of' Sunday while Musial collected 13 hits in 27 tries to hitI'VA:-O hk 360 mark of a vieek ago to :169 Walker trails Muslat with 385 hut the veteran out fielder of the Dodaers is 37 point S ahead of Johnny' Mize of the New York Giants who is fourth wit h 328 Behind Mize are Sid Gordon New York 311 Enos Slaughter St Louis 309 Phil Cava rret ta Chicago 308: Red Schoendicnst St Louis 306 Pee Wee Reese Brooklyn 305 and Bat Ennis Philadelphia 299 IMLISIal COW 11111PS to pace the loop ill runs seOred 71 hits 130 doubles 27 and triples 10 Mize retained his home run leadership with 19 1A-hi1 e Ralph Kiner pf Pittsburgh remained runnerup with 16 Slaughter drove in eizht runs to increase his leagues-leading total to 76 four more than knocked home by Volker Tao r ream Contest Set At Biscayne Herb Welch and Jack Devault will team- against Al Alexinas and Nick Condos in the best two-outof-three-falls 60-minute time limit main event on Pat Malone's weekly xvrestling show at the Biscayne arena tonight Ching Ming will tangle vial Chris Belkas in a best two-out-ofthree-falls semifinal bout Baseball Shoes Frank T Budge Co 5 East Hagler Street THIRD FLOOR : :"'-:-44:1 '-giievuot e A TRIO OF THE SEEDED NETTERS in the Miami City Summer Net championships who locm as strong possibilities to reach at least the semifinal round of the meet Q M Gornto Fort Lauderdale extreme right moved into the round of 16 Monday night by routing Lawry Bell 6-0 6-1 Robert Stubbs at left and Jack Waters center play their second round matches today Williams' 365 Mark Leads American Hopp Advances TEI) AA-111110N replace' Vernon 6 Tilts Slated On irednesday In Legion Play Victories in sectional play by Jackzonville and Avon Park filled out the IllAW ill the anrillat An lerican Legion Ptate basehall tournament which opens here Wednesday Alrdy entered were Tampa 'Panama City Ocala Orlando eq Palm Brach and Mani' OoeninZ games Wednesday at S"r1 west Palm 11arv Avon Pork at 10 1141'V 0V Set(1 ()1 Ntiami Jackmiville al 1 p 111 411(1 101111 (11 1tit)se 11'k 0 Call10S1s clash at 4 p m ther at Flamingo Park Or lanai) fares Ocala at 10 a nt Panama City meets Tampa at 1 p tn and the losera battle three b 4 later Activity in the double elimination tOtirrIAMent i3 centered at Miami Field the remainder of the time with games being played Thursday Friday and Saturday Tickets for the event are on sale at- the Frank T Budge Co in Miami and at Stepivm McNulty's 1004 Lincoln Road Miami 'leach Players ivill be guests at a banquet Wednesday nicnt Three TCU Gridders Selected By All-Stars CHICAGO — (dr) — Three Texas Christian football players — Linemen Merle Gibson Derrell Palmer a nd rlobby Sherrod—have been named to the college all-star squad for the 1:3th annual all-star game in Soldiers' field Aug 23 —SAVE GAS e 15-POINT Motor Tune Up ALL 11 97 CARS " United Motors Service Genuine NASH Ports COLLINS GARAGE 115 S W SECOND ST ILI:HONE 3-730s Ao The Window of Tomorrow - Is Here TODAY! CdL-oli& ALUMINUM CASEMENTS ALL-LITE WINDOWS are made of a special aluminum alloy extremely strong cannot rust corrode shrink swell and do not require painting— Eliminate Maintenance Costs Orders are now being taken by — SHEFFIELD-BRIGGS Slut PAncturiA 7230 N W SECOND AVE PHONE 7-2406 ripi Even Money Wager Likely On Title Tiff By ItAVN 1 WALSH interruitionla Nes Service Sports Writer NEW YORK—The price against a successful defense of the world's middleweight championship Thursday night by Gary's Tony Zate began to dwindle and recede moderately Monday in the manner of a tapeworm's chin It had been 14-3 a week ago It is less than 2-1 now and they say it might be even money by Wednesday Not however because Broadway and its side-street intellectuals ha‘e eakened on their Rocky Graziano the young man who seems to have been suckled on a doorknob and reared in the stately atmosphere of a quarry He's still public nemesis No I around here but belatedly they're beginning to remeinher that this Zak 14rietly In his own right is Just nobody's apple turnover Ile almost beat Cohn in -fact hack in 1942—not very long after Conn almost heat Louis Ile beat Al Hostak to take a clear claim on the NBA championship then he took title to the ‘'orld's champion-hip C011C111iVe decision over the champion of the Mike Jacobs - N e w York - Pennsylvania axis Georgie Abrams Alter coming out hi the Navy Mr Zak has compiled an unfinished run of six at anatomical hilliards—six shot six knockouts That sounds something that ought to he Inounftsd and stuffed and !daed on diviay in the Institntion The Unly thing Is that he's going in there to lick Graziano and by this time the town is pretty well convinced it can't 110 tiOne BLit the thing Tony Zale may really ha‘e to lick is hiniselt—and his more than three years in uniform Auburn Back Inducted AUSUIIN Ala — (UP) — Bob Seibert 190-pound sophomore fullback who showed tin well in spring training for the Auburn Tigers has been inducted into the Army Coach Carl Voyles disclosed Monday A BREAKDOWN ALWAYS MAKES THE MOTORIST WISER! A DELAY NOW MAY MEAN A LONGER ONE ON YOUR VACATION TRIP DIXIE SERVICE HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE MOTORING TROUBLE-FREE SEIBERLING TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES Wise motorists take advantage of DIXIE'S famous "Check-Up" before a long trip or for periodic insurance of trouble-free car performance MOTOR TUNE-UP BATTERY CHECK BRAKE ADJUSTMENT WHEEL ALIGNMENT ELECTRICAL REPAIRS TIRE INSPECTION OVER-ALL TIGHTENING 1 4 12 ' -''''':1‘---'-':''1- - 1 101 S W First Street 3327 N Miami Ave 3339 NW 17th Ave Cubs Still Very Much In Battle By JACK HAND Asgociaied Press sports writer NEW YORK—Brooklyn and St Louis tied for the National league lead headed East Monday for the sixth intersectional tests of the season fully aware that the trend of the pennant race may be determined in the next two weeks Although there was no activity scheduled in either league Monday there was plenty of baseball conversation The Dodgers wet riding home from Pittsburgh Imo ed by a four-game IA n reilk despite their disastrous road jaunt and confident that their return to friendly Ebbets Esteld would find them back on the high road to victory Eddie Dv el's St Look Cards 110 hal V10:-PII A live-game gat) by copping In of I:1 Sportl-MAns -teirts against the Eastern visitors ‘cre Aure they lidd Just hit their true stride and would open up ot 'rail In heir next-10-to-1ast kr trip Not overlooked by either leader M ere the Chicago Cubs who had been creeping up on thob lead AnIV only five games distant by knocking over the invaders in of 13 contests Thq Bruins' July and August sprint' of 1915 mere still fresh enough in the memory of both Cards and Dodgers to tab them as a dangerous contender Chicago will get down to serious business right awav opening in Ehhets Field with the Brooks for three games before shifting around thp loop to Philadelphia for-five New York for three and Boston for three more After the Cubs leave Ylatbilth Leo Durocher's crew v ill plsv host to the Pirates Cardinals and Reds in turn The three-zame get with St LOWS July 30-Az should be one of the high pots of the season St Louis bas to face its jinx club the New York Giants in it first- set a team it has bear only five times in 13 meetings despite the lowly estate of Mel Ott Merl After New York it will he lins4 on Brooklk n and rhiladelphila in succession While the National leagus fq staging one or its customary battle flovals the American risco is developing into A scrap for second place between NeW York and Detroit The Boston fled Sox sporting art 1112-game lead open their swing through the west in Chicago V ni7ht while the Yankees are facing the Browns at St Louis and the Tizers are entertaimnz fourth place 'Washington A Yankee-tiger seci July 30Atig 1 Fhould te) of vit a! importance to the runnPr up race PhiladclphiaA Icnsly Athletics w 11 be at Cleveland tonight for the other American leazue tilt and a Pitshurgh at Philadelphia night tilt ill complete the National prorarn Six of tho eight gamo ar scheduled 10-he p1aei tinder the 4 rts Sports Card IS4S4RNI I --Miami vs Miami Barh P M lit flamingo naik Michiga ay and tiith at i kev Hest vs Nliami prang I n m at Miami field N W loth ave and Third at BOXINH—liamingo nark hantishll p m Michigan ave and 1 Ith at WRESTIING—Fliscavn arena II 4N D rn South Miami ave and f ourth at TENN14—Miami Cilv Summer ChlIVIDIell shins 7 P tn at Henderson Park N W Ninth ave and Third at SHETRALL—Jr C of C vs freemen 7:34 p m Petes MINISC 9 D m at Miami annex: Southern Bell vs Pais American 7:30 D m liasetCs vs last ern Air 9 It in at Moore Dark Tvler TOP VS Boulevard Christian 731) D m Nevracialers vs Pan American No 1 IP m at Central field: Hstminter Preshvierian vs Central Baptist 730 p in Shenandoah Presto trian vs I irat ( hristian 9 in m at Riverside Dark DIXIE TIRE CO IAM MIAM BEAM 945 Fifth ltrot 1840 Alton looi I LI cf Mon-:avc zrand circuit card at I the Merchant Marine Academy Phone 9-4576 1 I Private -Beach - I I I (IMMO App ance tn e ome the Ki!e track - football team it was announced Ph 6-3111 - - I Ok I I R IHE fattletult c inSur!-FREE qG 1- 25000 See New Wi o Mon Win 'Atlantic City Opener 1 0 40130'"'""'"'"''''''""'''" -' - - ' ' - " - -" "" : - -- : ::' ':: "iiiZ' 1 ? 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