The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on February 22, 1943 · 10
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Pauline Doris Hart Goes Down 6-0 6-2 By EVERETT CLAY Herold Sports Editor The Mid-Winter tennis finals Sun-clay at the Henderson Park courts Nvere short if not sweet—with Pauline Betz brushing off Doris Hart and rancho Segura shooting holes in Lt Campbell Gillespie of the Air Forces with a minimum of head turning for the 600 cash customers Except for the men's doubles it - would all have been over in an our and a half and the crowd sent home in the middle of the afternoon Powerhouse Pauline the Rollins red-head who holds the National vvomen's championship required 27 minutes for a 6-0 6-2 victory over her 16-year-old Miami opponent and the two-fisted Pancho wasn't on the court 60 minutes in whipping Lt Gillespie 6-3 64) 6-2 SHOULD WIN NATIONALS If the action was limited the cash customers did have the opportunity of watching the two top racquet-swingers of the country at the moment There seems little question 'liss Betz will repeat In the AvOrnenS this summer at Forest and Segura should come through in the men's with most of -America's best talent in the service row Lt Gillespie wasn't given a look-in against the Ecuadorian but Doris was expected to make the WoMETI'S finals interesting (or so your correspondent said in Sunday morning's story) The National girls' champion however wasn't in the ball game after the first four points of the match with Pauline hlasting away with a mighty forehand and backhand The Queen could do no wrong fen unerring placements whistled past Doris again and again and hen the Miamian could get her racquet on the sizzlers the returns v ere either into the net or over the base line In contrast to Pauline's faultless tennis Miss Hart made 1I101-C mistakes than an Italian genera) Rehincl 40-love at the start the Rollins senior came back to win the game and ran off six more befrire Mks Hart was ahlo to hold her service in the second game of the seeond set The fourth land fifth games of the first het were won at love and Doris served (lotibles On the final point of the sixth Fame I 001: LI F ULT Doris took her service with the loss of only one point In the second yame of the second set but dropped the fourth game with another untimely double-fault The Miamian broke through Pauline's service at love in the fifth game only to lose her own by the same count in the sixth Miss Betz put the old clincher on the match in the eighth game with a neat forehand down the middle Nth I h Doris hit back into the net The statistics tell the story of Pauline's supremacy She scored 28 points to 11 for the girls' champion ii the first set and countered 2S more to 19 in the second The Rollins red-head put away 23 placetrents N bile Doris was credited i t h only seven The errors were for Miss ittz and 29 for the tiamian Miss hart served doubles four times her opponent twice - ' Also Ilas 1asy Time Segura a sophomore at the University of Miami had just as easy a time with Lt Gillespie The Air Forces player was able to win three of the first four games with drop shots but came apart like a wet paper bag after that Panelm who swings a tennis racquet like a baseball bat and outslugged Don pudge irt two exhibition matches here during the fall took the next five games in the first set and went through the second E et at love Campbell was finally able to break through his opponent's service at the start of the third set and came through again in the seventh game but that was all In the men's doubles Segura paired with Guy Garbin for a 6-2 2-6 6-3 6-1 victory over Lt Gillespie and Lt Clarence Chaffey Miss Betz and Peggie Welsh- a classmate at Rollins and a National Class A tennis player herself will return to Winter Park today by bus The point score on the wolen's Miss Bets Miss Hart Biss Betz niss Hart First Set 645 413 Second Set 614 404 441 140 - Loop Leaders Lose 2 Games 445-28 003-11 45-- 28 23-- 19 Al Jaeggi and Jeanne Daniels saw their lead in the Victory Mixed Doubles league shrink Sunday night I hen they lost two games to IL K and lary Dawson at the Playdium Lanes J J Popp had high set for the men ith 597 and ha CAL-may N as I:gh for the women IA ith 517 The other results: ad Pearly Daniels defeated L and Emma liana 3 to 0: It and nuth Brown defeated S J and Dora Dean 2 to I: W W Kessler arid Virginia Gray defeated Larry Ile Id and lia Callaway 3 to 0 Elwood and Ann Nein defeated 'W L and Maejorie Hanks 2 to I: J J Popp and Itai-el Andrews detedted VP Vara Firvi Peggv Parker '2 to 1: O F and Kortzer de f ea t eel Ed Manard and Cora Ilarris 2 to 1 Nille Players Tie For Golf Pi-izes Nire players shared first place I n the sv eepstakes tournament Sunday at the LaGorce Golf club vith net scores of 75 They were J Morton 91-16--75: H S Lyons 66- 31-75r A Garni 95-20---75: H F John-on 05-20-75 11 M Late 0(3- 12-75: J Corcoran 85-10---75: S Corman S510---75 C It Pelton f-1-10-73 and J B Perry 87-12-- -- 4$ Forty-two players competed Gesu Miami Chosen As Host For Next Event BY The Associated Pre! Hockey Results At Detroit: Boston 0 0 Detroit 0 3 At NeW York: New York 3 1 Montreal 0 1 At Chicago: Toronto 0 0 Chicago 3 1 JACKSON-VILLE Fla Feb 21— A pair of fourth-seeded entries the St Paul's boys of aIcksonville and the Sacred Heart girls of Tampa won the state Catholic High school basketball championships Sunday night St Paurs bit a scorching pace in the last half to defeat Gesu of Miami - 34-27 and Sacred Heart closed with a rush in the final quarter to' nose out Our Lady- of Perpetual Help of Thor City 26-23 St Leo of San Antonio the 1942 winner and seeded first among the boys was upset by fourth-seeded St Paul's of Jacksonville 20-16 in the first semifinal game Even more surprising to the fans was the 30-27 victory of the Gesu Crusaders from Miami seeded No 3 over second-seeded Jusuit High of Tampa the popular pre-tourney choice AWARDED 1911 TOURNEY The 1944 tournament was awarded to Gesu of Miami at the annual meeting of the Florida Diocean At11- letic association The Rev G J Cook of Gesu was elected president succeeding the Rev Joseph Duvaney of St Augustine Other officers selected were Coach Jim Fitzpatrick of St Joseph's (Jacksonville) vice president Coach Tony Cianci of Gesti secretary: and the Rev Marion Bowman of San Antonio treasurer JESUIT (Ta 1 (270 GESU (Miami) (3(fl f to g f t loatilanf 3 0 6 MrCrirronf 4 0 8 Nionerf 1 0 2 Derring1 2 2 8 Brown1 1 0 2Pearcee 3 2 8 M)rintildc 3 0 $GrpE 1 0 4 Suletrausac 0 1 1 Chrtsties: 3 0 4 Juan": 2 1 51 Sierras: - 3 1 51 -- —I --- Totals 12 3 271 Totals 13 430 ST PAUL'S (34) i GESU (27) to gft Jones"' 1 0 2 McCitrromf 2 I 5 Chamtieral 3 1 7 Deering? 2 1 5 FreeLt 4 1 9Cicire1lil 0 0 0 Crionere 4 1 9'Pearres‘ 4 1 11 Marron": 2 I 5 Grannost 3 0 8 Brodeur": 1 0 2:Chi-Hine": 10 2 --- —1 Totala 15 4 341 Totals 12 3 27 11111eSS Fatal PHILADELPHIA Feb 21 UP)— Douglas R Yeates 25 who pitched for the Rochester N Y and Asheville N C baseball clubs died Sunday at a hospital here after a three-day illness 00 3 14 0011 0--0 105 0 as the game itself ! rink Henry Armstrong will square off i against Beau Jack on April 2 Ac- 1 irmicording to word from Matchmaker D 1 i Nat Rogers of the 20th Century Lyn 1 Sporting club - - Armstrong is scheduled to fight Willie Joyce on - March 2 at Los Angeles and 'Tippy MN Olt 0 - : Larkin at San Francisco on March 8 - Tony Canzoneri is currently spending his time as a 'night club Zs 8Q t 60 2t entertainer in one of the hot spots - — - 1kogorl::3 ?:' ! --HerSid Staff Photos TENNIS WINNERS Pancho Seg'ura left won the Mid-Winter men's tennis title and Pauline Betz center the wornen's championship Sunday at Henderson Park Segura and Guy Garbin right were the doubles- winners Below Pauline and Pancho are seen in action in the finals eaten In State Finals 1)11111 ‘lialami licratb Page Ten—A Monday Feb 22 1943 Army Changes Zeke Bonura's Ideas On Training Rules By PAUL SCHEFFELS - United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK Feb 21---Pounding the sports beat: Credit the army with something the major baseball leagues never could do conversion of easy-going Zeke Bonura into a business-like person Zeke is chief physical instructor at CampButner N C One of the most popular players in the game when he handled first base for the Chicago White Sox Bonura was always irked by the necessity of adhering to train-rules and each spring found him a perennial holdout not actually for more money but to avoid the conditioning grind Monday is the day that "tally-ho' on New York's "street of swing" will echo through the-sun-lit streets Possession of the heavyweight of Hot Springs Ark Oaklawn Race title is apparently one of the secrets Track will open for a 30-day meet- I of longevity—of the 15 titlists since ing and Mayor Leo McLaughlin of the days of Jake Kilrain 12 are still the Arkansas spa has whipped to- alive while the remaining three 13ob Fitzsimmons John L Sullivan gether a fleet of horse-drawn ve- and James J Corbett 5 hides to ferry the parlay hounds used to 5 39 anti 65 respectively to the track Real students of the Harry Boykolf 6-foot 0-inch reeturf however are more likely to ord-smashing center of St John's be interested in a colt stabled on basketball team seems destined to meet his match plvsically at the backstretch than they are in least when the Indians engage George-the races The colt is Count Fleet town's quintet in Madison Square who will be getting his early train- Garden tomorrow night The ing for the Derby Hoyas will put George Mahnken MIGHT BE BALLPLAYERS 6-foot 8-inch youth weighing 218 Pounds against Boykoff He is The new-owners of the Philadel- said to be even more agile than phia Phils will among other things Bovkoff who holds the Garden's obtain possession of around 45 men Atonday is tne day mat :-tauy-no - on New York's "street of swing" will echo through the-sun-lit streets Possession of the heavyweight of Hot Springs Ark Oaklawn Race title is apparently one of the secrets Track will open for a 30-day meet- of longevity—of the 15 titlists since ing and Mayor Leo McLaughlin of the days of Jake Kilrain 12 are still the Arkansas spa has whipped to- alive while the remaining three 13ob Fitzsimmons John L Sullivan gether a fleet of horse-drawn ve- and James J Corbett lived to 55 hides to ferry the parlay hounds 59 and 65 respectively to the track Real students of the Harry Boykolf 6-foot 0-inch reeturf however are more likely to ord-smashing center of St John's be interested in a colt stabled on basketball team seems destined to meet his match plkNsically at least the backstretch than they are in when the Indians engage George-the races The colt is Count Fleet town's quintet in Madison Square who will be getting his early train- Garden tomorrow night The ing for the Derby Hoyas will put George Mahnken MIGHT BE BALLPLAYERS 6-foot 8-inch youth weighing 218 pounds against Boykoff He is The new -owners of the Philadel- said to be even more agile than phia Phils will among other things Bovkoff who holds the Garden's obtain possession of around 45 men rir ' nviduat NCoring record at 45 and a rumor is going around that points some of them might even be ball- players You can bet your bot- torn dollar that Pitcher Rube 1 led For Lead Melton of the Brooklyn Dodgers DETROIT Feb 21 (UP)-recently bought from the Phils will Detroit Red Wings' pulled il not carry out his threat to retire tie with Boston for the Nal to a farm It looks like strategy Hockey league Sunday nigh strictly from hunger—for dollars whipying the Bruins 4 to 0 b 0 His maneuver is almost as old a rpeord crowd of 14119 at Olv DETROIT Feb 21 (UP)—The Detroit Red Wing s pulled into a tie with Boston for the National Hockey league Sunday night by whipping the Bruins 4 to 0 before a record crowd of 14119 at Olympia l'Cats Seeded First In SEC Cage Tourney By The Associated Press LEXINGTON Ky Feb 21-- Breaking precedent the Southeast ern conference seeded eight teams Sunday in the draw ar its 10th annual basketball tournament—and the hand-picked field looked like a delayed bomb all set to explode in Louisville's armory Feb 25-27 The University of Kentucky defending champion and unchallenged leader in regular season's play was seeded No 1 as expected but side-liners were :surprised when the tournament committee reached down to fourth place in the standing to put Tennessee second among the seeded entries The Vols who lost three of their nine conference games this season drew a first-round bye and engage seventh-seeded Vanderbilt also a first-round bye in the top-bracket semifinals - - - Kentucky at the bottom of the lower bracket engages Tulane in the first round SEEDED TIIMD Louisiana State second in the season's standings with 11 victories in 13 starts was seeded third by the tournament committee and meets Auburn's oft-beaten Tigers in the top-bracket's preliminary engagement The winner is to meet Alabama in the quarterfinal opposite Vanderbilt vs Tennessee Fourth-seeded Georgia Tech and sixth-seeded Mississippi State each drew a lower-bracket bye and meet Friday in the quarterfinals The other quarterfinal will pit the winner of Kentucky vs Tulane against the winner of a first-round match Turn To Next Page Big 10 Will Allow Frosh On Varsity Sports Teams WORLD'S FASTEST SPORT Cage Season Enters 14111 Big Week JuDsox malitx Associated Press Sports liVriter NEW l'ORK Feb al—Heading into the last big week of the sea- son the nation's leading college basketball crews still appear to be as scrambled as ever but actually are in a position to settle most sectional and conference crowns in short order The heavy firing last week brought numerous upsets including a crashing defeat for Indiana last of the country's major undefeated teams as well as notable setbacks for Pennsylvania and JohnS in the East Kentucky in an intersectional joust with DePaul and Texas in the Southwest conference ' Indiana's only loss of the season was a startling 57-53 reversal by Wisconsin last Monday night and it apparently left the way open for Illinois to bag its second successive Big Ten championship NEARS Dial° TITLE The "whiz kids" 'of Illinois overwhelmed Wisconsin 50-26 Saturday:night and now have only to hurdle Northwestern and hapless Chicago in the next eight days to finish their conference campaign with a spotless: record : The strength of the Jilini was shown in the - fact that - Johnny Kotz he Badger star who has set a three-year :Big Ten scoring record was blanked Saturday night while Andy Phillips of Illinois rattle in 22 points DePaul labeled itself a rival of Notre Dame for top honors among the Midwestern independents by routing Kentucky 53-44 Saturday night in a double-header at Odra-go In Om other game of the program before 1300u fans the strong team of the Great Lakes Naval Training station subdued Notre Dame 58-nii in overtime It was the season's second loss for the Irish Kentucky remained the top-ranking team in the Southeastern conference with Louisiana State a def inite threat as the Cirell it prepared for the opening of its annual chain pionshio tournament at Louisville next Thursday The Kentucky Wildcats who won the tournament title last year have won eight out of nine in the conference this season and LSU has won 11 of 13 including four straight In the draw- ings Sunday Kentucky drew Tulane and IS11 got Auburn for the first round TOP-EEDED Athlete's Foot LayYou p M I The Southern conference where the title is also determined by a tournament winds up its regular season this week and holds Its tourney at naleigh N C March 4-4 Duke Nth leh has won the chain-ship the last two years again 'Will be top-seeded on the basis of winning 10 of its 11 conference clashes The only defeat was accounted for by George Washington which has won seven out of eight Pennsylvania was toppled off its perch in the Eastern league Saturday and had its 13-game winning streak stopped 35-30 by Cornell which previously had lost '13 of 15 games It was the first league loss for Penn and gave first place to tiartillOtith's five-times champions These rivals will clash at Philadelphia next Saturday in a game which may determine the 1943 title St John's considered one of the outstanding independents in the East was bumped 42-3S by Manhattan which in turn lost to Ford ham to confuse claims for leadership in this section The races in the Big Six and 'Missouri Valley conferences - are approaching a decision Kansas with six victories and no defeats probably will clinch another Big r Six title this week in games with Nebraska and Oklahoma both at Lawrence Kan Oklahoma the chief therat was downed 50-45 by Mis7 souri last week and -now has - a record of 5 and 2 Creighton 13 e a t second place Washington university 45-20 for its eighth straight Missouri Valley success and can clinch the championship by winning one of its remaining two games this week Don't Let Itching Torment of -TONIGHT-POST 8:10 JJR11-KLAll 0 When the itching torment of Athictes Foot flares up and your feet especially between the toes burn hketury—thr first thing you want—is to check t hitt misery That why thousands depend upon soothing liquid am SOLUTION This fast-performing medicine is designed to attack two k inds of germs-- vegetable ((ungus) and annual parasites Either one may cause ithing and both are often present Just swab the irritation with invisible greaseless amt sourriopa It Rues right to work to combat the torment of parasites contseted if you want relief from the itching misery of Athlete's Foot—so you can enjoy a night's sleep and wslk in comfort during the dar—tben get this quick-acting formula It must give you thorough satisfaction or your money back Don't suffer Ask your druggist Wait for am SOLUTION Only ône Take Bus S or Pan American-Intercontinent Bus leaving at frequent in tervals from Flag ler St opposite First National Bank direct to Fronton Take M S or X Bus from Beach change at Biscayne Boulevard for either of these busses Take either Bus No 15 or Bus No 23 prom the rear of Kress on Southeast First St change at either 36th St and 27th Ave or 36th St and 22nd Ave—Our PONY EXPRESS MEETS these busses from 7 to 9 nightly This service is free SERVICE MEN AND ESCORTS Enclosed Building Fully Illuminated Reserved Seats At Air Conditioned Special Discount To Weather Requirements C'rro s E (1 si13 I I I I Athletes In Services Also Eligible To Play Be The Al mactsted Press CHICAGO Feb 21—The Western conference Sunday threw open the doors to freshmen to participate in varsity cornpettion— effective with the spring sports season—and also amended its ru:cs so that members of the armed forces receiving most Of the: instruction from members of a university's faculty may play with that school's teams At a special meeting attended C both by faculty representatives and t 2 - - - athletic directors the conference departed from rules against fresh Blake Ilas ( Ir finesses Merl Whih have been In effect— For Ills Hole-In-One Nvith one three-month exception dur- A ii Ulake of Miami has Ilve ing the first 'World War—since I itneSSeS VI the tole-in-ne 1904 Henceforth a freshman AN-ill not have to complete one calendar 3-ear of residence and college work and a ktudent transferring in good standing from another school AN ill not have to attend his new university a full 3 ear to be eligible to compete WILL HELP BADGERS First school to benefit from the rules changes will be Wisconsin whose boxing team was given permission to use freshmen Immediately Other institutions may not use first-year men until the baseball outdoor track tennis and golf seasons open The conference did declare that its rule preventing competition by a student transferring with a delinquency from another institution would remain in effect This IN -ould not apply the group said to a member of the armed forces Prof Prank E Richart of Illinois secretary of the faculty representatives said this meant a former professional athlete - or one who had completed his collegiate career Avould be able to play college sports again if lie were a mem ir OFIVOCOAL I I WSPECII - FEBRUARY 28Ih IS DEADLINE FOR "B" and "C" BOOK HOLDERS! Every motorist must have a tire inspection record to renew gasoline rations or obtain new or recapped tires FOLLOWING ARE OFFICIALLY APPOINTED STATIONS QUALIFIED TO INSPECT FOR NEW TIRES AND RECAPS: ACME TIRE & Recapping Station 299 N W Fifth St CHRISTOPHER MOTORS 1200 N E 2nd Ave COMMERCIAL TIRE SERVICE 1399 N W 7TH AVE DIXIE TIRE - COMPANY All 5 Stations EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP 1501 N Miami Ave EDViARD'S SERVICE STATION 1380 S W 8th St FIRESTONE STORES 1200 W Flagter St F & S TIRE COMPANY 7742 N E 2ND AVE OPEN 8 A M TO 6:30 P M GENERAL TIRE CO OF MIAMI 824 Biscayne Blvd Blake llas ) Ir t n es s es For tits Hole-In-One A IL Ulake of Miami has 11‘ ittlesseS VI the hole-in-ne which he scored Sunday afternoon at the rlagler Country club Playing in a sixE-ome Illake thought his ball A as on the ll10-Aard Ilth hole yrt:1 one of the pIa)ers ton'ted int" the cup ' The small knoll pre enter! ere plaA ers -from Ax atchirg the flight of the balL Blake was plaAing with Vincent Allen club pro: lAlaud e Erooks Fr3nce5 'Wiggins 'Willard 2n1 Cyrfe 'Wilson and had a 71 for the round One hurdred and seventy-eight pia ers toured the COL: her of an enlisted reserve sent t3 a rig Ten school for further Ft-ly under principal supervision of facultv members Prof Ilichart also saiil if a froh man played with varsity tearr E row then were assigned to military er naval duty elsewhere ard returneci to college ai a sophomore at U-e end of the war he probahT3 purmitted three more :tears Cf com petit ion E MI STATIONS Goodrich Silvertown Slore 7th St Cr Biscayne Blvd INGMAN MOTORS 1864 S W 8th St Mk LIMY CHEVROLET CI 1055 W Hagler St MIAMI TIRE & RETREADING CO' 700 N E 2nd Ave JOHN MOBLEY Service Stations 1997 N W 7th Ave 2160 S W 8th St PALLOT TIRE CO 2246 N E Second Are SAFETY SERVICE N Miami Ave at 36th St SEARS ROEBUCK AtiO CO 1300 Biscayne Blvd WALDRON TIRE CO 2701 W Flagter St I ( 0 ID) i Pauhne isoetz an Segura p d Ca ::: 0 : ::e:?::: : Doris Hart :!:i::'::::-:: ' ::::::: " - - - -:::::::"::::::::: -"-- 4: ' :: :::i: :::'i Go es DONvn - '4:-:1!::--i: -i: 4:--1 c : :::: :::::::: :::::::::::::: : ::: 1 :::: ::: ::::: ::::::::::-: i: -I:-::::::::::::::::::::::: :: :: c -kAt : :::: -:- tr-::::::--:: :::: :: f :1 ' 1-- - '-t - :: - -- i-4:-'W : iv' -::-f-''':':'!:i: :i::s:': :::::::::::'-::- ::' '' -1:t::' '0- 60 62 :: J r t-1 v 1 t:!: ::-::::- :--: : : : - :-:: :: s------ k-: 4z10 : - -- - By EVE RI TT CLAY - - ----- - - -: - 46:- ':::: ::a -: N:::::''':::':::'1-:'-' :: ::':-:''1::::!:N:i::':''::s':-:''??-::ioge Steroid Sports Editor ) 1:v:)- :':: -:'-::-:-:::'iVis:egeedrp:::: — :'::1 ''ai-:P:'IM':!::-::::g:::t::::t:!:1!14:::Iii:: e---:::::: 4:-:: The 'Mid-Winter termis finals Sun- P?r"-0-''' :-: i: f:::ii: :::' :::: ::i::jii? ::::' ' '':''':'i::::0::': '' N: ''- : :' :::::: i' ::'Ai:?:4 I::::'''' :' : lei a y at the Henderson Park courts t-:li ''' - :::-:-'4--'-'"" -:- --- ''':":' -were short if not sweet—with Pau- tt: --4 - - - -- line Betz brushing off Doris Hart r - -' 03144 - - and rancho ho Segura shooting holes - -: - :::- in Lt Campbell Gillespie of the ' Nor : : i A Air Forces with a minimum of head- ' : 'i::-:- - - turning for the 600 cash customers - "1 i E -- - xce m Except for the en's doubles it :-:" -- - -::e:s - NV oaki all have been over in an - ' ':? l'-:::':: -: : - --f : P'' 7 Lour and a half and the crow d - ' 1 :' -- : '-:::v::: 4 re - " -t-- sent home in the middle of the aft- A 4 ernoon 'II -- - : '--:':1:-''''::::i': :: ' 0- t -:-:'':Ne' - :- V --4:-- ---::'-- ---: - k Powerhouse Pauline the Rollins I or - -- - --- '-k -4-:'-tiW0---- '-"":':- --i red-head W ho holds the National 11N t w om '!: '' f-'k --t-Ar-'''1-":4 a 'f':: -- :'k ''-- '' 4: -1 14:It:::: en's championship required k i' - e : 000 i '4--: "7 minutes for a 6-0 6-2 victory over t " her 16-y er a-ol d Miami opponent i - -e--!4AltS- '''''''''''''"'"- ' - '' -ij' -: - -- ard the two-fisted Pancho wasn't 'i:-: o ) iS::?-'" n the c ourt 60 minu tes in whipping -::: "-- 1‘ '-'- '4 1 - - "': -' --- -' :'‘-31' -77:'s''' --: ' -24: 4 --- -Jx - 4i f--'ft:UVISts4:'- -- Lt Gillespie 6-3 6-0 6-2 v?:: pes :--- -- r - r:4: -: '-'Ar: ::- -e-: -i- - ose SHOULD W IN A NT ION ALS ''-''"':- -:: Ae ':4 -V::i v:'-'::::: -11"p'' 1:ii-:7-:: A:::-'g:'::i-:1::'!8siti4''' ''-:!'- -: -E:':I 0:ir-' :4 4:'---' : :- :::- i--::::-:: Ai:i-:-:: !:: - 4 : :04:-' m " - - '3W 4' 71 If t --- ::v: h e action as hunted the Wi cash 3i:4 -''-''"'4''-'' -4' t ' - -:Tf It441t :?a :?:ks p i-: :::::1'-:::ni:p!:::T :: : : ' :- -4 customers did have the opportunity k14 - :f -r 0e-4 N'I te - --'M - :::a!':0:? :::7:4::: --:-: :es?:---e - 1-i--:--: - 41- 4-- - 1 r of watching the two top racquet- Itze714 " - - - - --:: -'-'-----'-'-'--- --1'0!---: -A::s-ir4411-gaio:4&"-':':s swingers of the country at the InOrnnt There seems little ques- - lion -Miss Betz will repeat in the '::'"1--'-:-k'- '''' wollien'S ttliS Summer at Forest ''f34'!PA:: :!:'' - - lilts and Segura should come -- - - t-'-'''':-:::'-:: - -:r-:-''- ir'-':Ies1i:::i!':1-: :::-:'' -:" :'' - ' '---: - - I hrough in the men's with most of ji:ik:::!::'il:: l" r7 - : America's best talent in the service - - - -:-riv-'":'' A row ' ""'i!:!: e- '4:r!4'3?'"n!:!:!M ':-:'')'':':''::si :::::: '-'-' N:r''" -" -" - Lt Gillespie wasn't given a look- 't-' $?VH::::- e'i'':'-i4::40V:i:::i i::it::!::-::-: ::: --- : ':" 0-i:?i 10:::!N :-' :-:: in against the Ecuadorian but - - - lc '-ii'-i:::i s:" ----- 4 4---4 tcss-'':1 :- :' ::3:V -' : ::t( 3 : ‘ Doris was expected to make the ''' ' 7' ''s----- 7A: -::::''i1 :' '---''':''':"---'- -:''4' ''-' :- Women's finals interesting (or so ---- -- ----1 --"-''i' '-:: t"" "-::: 1 - --:- -- - - your correspondent said in Sunday r :---'::- 4 - ::': : ::' no rnin stot g's -y) The National ''-' - - i e- ''''' :: :aki girls' champion however wasn't in -'''- - ': ''A --":' ': f-- (sr- -- -:-: the bail game after the first four -'"""qr ''''''4 -'': points of the match with Pauline ---- - - - - :---z ::::::: I - It': N :I e ::: blasting away with a mighty fore- hand and backhand The Queen could do no Wrong - - m d ''': ' - Ifer unerring placeents whistle ' -: :-k- past Doris again and again and t1::e::--A-:-: : '- ---"ri ' -- v hen the 'Miamian could get her s - -- --:--- fk:':::1- ''‘ racquet on the sizzlers the returns ' - -' '' ' sr'''--'47?itii4 4 - - Were either Into the net or over the - r -::-i:::::---:' - base o ' line In contrast ne ast to Pauli's 0- - l ' "e-i' 44 ' ! - - :1- c 4-154 N-::--:-it-:-A faultless tennis Miss Hart made - -?- ---'--:' - ':7) k:- :i :0 1:" tnore mistakes than an Italian gen- :-s:$eA i -i-' - 'eC'-''-:-':r1 " e''''-' --- :- -- f-ral - r---:':--r -‘Alge--4 Rehincl 40-lo ve at the start the e-A '5 4' r?--' -i -N:"- -1 - -t- Roms se c llnior ame b w back to in -- -- --Y---::::1 r" the game and ran off six more be' -- '' --- - s-- - -4- s-mr" rie -- fore :Nliss Hart t WS abe l to hokl x it er service in the secon a d gme of --:: f -: - t - Il- " tt- 3s4--(inct set Tile fourth and - - - d th games of the first set 1 Vere 4 - :oere'-- 0:-4' v - k O I 1 at love and Doris served do ti - 40sm:"''re ------' k--- ''':- li i Nv '1 t1 11es on the final poiot of the sixth g t 1 ''':' ''no'1"L: i' k:--:: game ¬ ' ''-i::i ' -''Y-11:1:-''''' $073A 10011111 FAULT r -:- ::-:----4-1 --4'- '-----te :1 (:-' Doris took he r service svith the - '1' -C'V" ii:J1 ?-k - loss of on ly one point In the second 'cr- : :'-' ''!''Ial ) 'W N-‘ e - ( tik 41' r'4 - - - r -e t::4 I of the ra!cond set but dropped - i--: --:- e -- the fourth game with another un- 4re r -'''''' "':":':''''' ' i --'"'Q '-- ' timely double-fault Tile MiaMian ':-) i':::e3::: er n b th 4-4' :: : tqrohe through Pauline's service at --- !-- t'i1-"1f:''' love in the fifth game Only to lose 11 -- h OWy e s am e count in the Si-:' - : ttittN1 IV --------:e-'7 -7-7777-esr-s-es o4'-- - z sixth Miss Betz put the old clinch- :ii ': -----:-!:'-:?:-1:- - - er on the match in the eighth game q''-:'''ç' f-:--'-'1-:::'-::-":-:c--1::::-::x-er-e:--:-----: - - -le:: 6- with a neat forehand down the '-:''-'4-''''"i--'1'-"':''':i'::::'1i-'':i:ir'::::i-:'''-' : - : - middle V) hich Doris hit back into f:-'''' 'kts:-‘--1''':':':- :':i!::----1-": --- - : -:: -: "-: -: - --artt- - the net L6i4:ac46:144147-::?:::':!&x:4MeiZ?::::A z- : : 411:':: ::::::$k:5s: !: -::: : : : - Ti" statistics tea the story of scored Z'Sr Paunnes supremacy She scre TENNIS WINNERS Rancho Segura left won the Mid-Winter men's tennis title and Pauline Betz cent oints to 11 for the m girls' chapion I ' championsh u ip Sunday at Henderson Park Segura and Guy Garbin right were the doubles- winners Belc 1 the first set and contered 2S more to 19 in the second The Rol- Pancho are seen in action in the finals : lins redhead put away 23 place- ------------- reents NI4 bile Doris was credited t ' N itn only seven The errors Were a 1 :-' (Or MiSS IletZ Mid '29 tor the Miamian Miss I tart served tloubles esu- eaten In State' F foi ur times her opponent twice Also Ilas Easy Time Segura a sophomore at the Uri- - 0 ' versity of Miami had Just as easy a time with Lt Gillespie 'rhe Air 11 ari l'Cats 1 Forces player was able to 'Win three 11 anli Chosen - ef the first four games with drop ' shots but came apart li ke a wet paper bag after that Panclia who As H ost F or First swings' a tennis racquet like a base- II 11 M 11 ' ' ball bat and outslugged Don Budge N - i r clit tXt EN a C i d 4 re two exhibition matches here dur- ing the fall took the next five games I- the first set and went through ---0---- : BY The Associated Press By Thl I e second set at love Campbell was finailv able to break through JACKSON-VILLE Fla Feb 21— ---"----- LEXINGT( his opponent's Service at the start A pair of fourth-seeded entries the es at l- Zile Ititamt titratb - Breaking prr of the third set and came through St Paul's boys of aJcksonville and ern confren again in the seventh game but that the Sacred Heart girls of Tampa Sunday in th as all NVOrt the state Catholic High school Page Ten—A Monday Feb 22 i 943 w nual :basket In the men s doubles Segura basketball championships Sunday t he hand-picl paired with Guy Garbin for a 6-2 night delayed born 2-6 6-36-1 victory over Lt Gillespie St Paurs hit a scorching pace in Army: Louisvll L Clarence C ie's a and t haffe t y he la st half to de fea t G esu of Cha 1t11°CS Zeke Bonura s n The Univel Miss Betz and Peggie Welsh a Ikliami -34-'27 and Sacred Heart - fending chan clasm -ate at Rollins and a National c ith losed w a rush in the final Class A tennis player herself will quarter o rter to' ose out Our Lady- of Ideas 011 Traliallity Rules leader in reg seeded return to 'Winter Park today by bus Perpetual Help of Ybor City 26-'23 r5 liners were - The point score on the Nvolen's St Leo of San Antonio the 1942 tournament - finals: winner and seeded first among the - By PAUL SCI1EFFELS down to four First Set boys was upset by fourth-seeded St united Press Sports Writer ing to put Te Miss Betz 64 445-28 Paul's of Jacksonville 20-16 in the NEW YORK Feb 21---Pounding the sports beat: the seeded ei Miss Ilart 413 003-11 first semifinal game Credit - the army with something the major baseball leagues The Vols 1 Second Set Even more surprising to the fans nine conferer never could do conversion of easy-going Zeke Bonura into a busi- niss Betz 614 404 45— 28 was the 30-'27 victory of the Gesu drew a firsta Miss Hart 441 140 2' 19 Crusaders from Illiami seeded No ness-like person zeke is chief physical instructor at campButner sesenth-seede 3 over second-seeded Jusuit High N C One of the most popular players in the game when he handled first-round b L of Tampa the popular pre-tourney first base for W the Chicago h Bo ite Sox nura was always irked by Selnifinal oop ead ers s L choice - 1911 TOURNEY the necessity of adhering to train-rules and each spring found him L Kentucky AWARDED lower bracke a perennial holdout not actually for more money but to avoid the the o first roun ie 2 Games The 1944 tournament was award to Gesu of Miami at the annual - ed cn oditioning grind 0 SEEDED TIII me Monday is the day that r"tally-ho" eti ng of th e F lor i Di da ocean t Ah- on New York's "street of swing" Louisiana season's stant letic association Will echo through the-sun-lit s treet s ' Possession of the heav3' -weight Al Jaeggi anti Jeanne Daniels saw The Rev G J Cook of Gesu was of p Hot Sr ings Ar k Okl n aavv Ra c e t-el i- in 13 starts - tlieir lead in the 'Victory Mixed elected president succeeding the 1 e s appal ently one of the secrets the tournatr Trck will open for a 00-day meet- l of loneevity—of the 15 titlists since Doubles Icsague shrink Sunday night Rev Joseph Duvaney of St Au a - s meets Aubur ing and MayorLeo McLau ghlin of tile days of Jake Kilrain 12 are still in the top -bra heh they lost two games to R K gustine Other officers selected Dawcon at the Playdium and "lary J tz attack of St the Atkansas s a has were Coach Jim 1'1 p p pp oseph 's (Jacksonville) vice presi- gether a fleet of horsle-dhri awed to alrve while the remaining thie aement TI- n ve 13o1) Fitzsimmons John L Sullivan Alabama in- Lanes dent Coach Tony Cianci of Gesu and James J Corbett lived to 55 posite Vandet hides to ferry the narlay hounds - 1 J Popp had high set for the secretary: and the Itey Marion - 59 anti 65 respectively - Isourth-seee to the track Real students of this Ilarey Boykolf Cefoot 9-inch rec sixth-seeded i tnen with 597 anti ha Callayvay was 13owman of San Antonio treasurer JESUIT (To) t270 GESU (Miami) (3o) turf however are more likely to ord-smashing center of St John's drew a lower Lgit for the women with 517 o t tn g f to Fenian 3 0 6 rtTtiCtirron 4 0 8 be interested in a colt stabled on basketball team seems destined to Friday in th The other results: Nipper 1 0 2 Derrinef 2 2 8 Meet his match plvsically at least other quarter 13 ard Pearly Daniels defeated a ()-- - IV n f 1 0 2Pearree Ar'onn it i e 3 0 6 O rsopo 0 4 ir 3 2 8 the backstretch than they are In When the Indians engage George- ner of Kenttu 71tlialentosfussc So 1 AtChristieg 2 0 4 the races The colt is Count Fleet L and Emma lialla 3 to 0 R and tovvn's quintet in Mad istm Square the w inner o Ruth Brown defeated S J and Dora sterner: 2 1 51 Who will be getting his early train- Garden tomorrow night The - -- li 43-5 ing for the Derby - Hoyas ll wi put George Mahnken Dean '2 to I: W W Kessler and Vir- Tstals 12 3 27! Totals (2I ST eAub S (34) I GESU NIIGHT BE BALLPLAYERS 6-foot 8-inch youth weighing 21S Gr defeat Turn ginia ay ed Larr y Held and I: f tro Jones i I t) tr2'5IrCitrron‘f 2 1 5 q 1 pounds against Boykoff He is ala C aliaw a Y 3 to 0 E lwood and --1-11frerptitersI' 7 Deering ? 2 1 5 The new owners of the Philadel- said to be n eve mor e agile thn a111 4 1 0'Cleirentf 0 0 o phia Phils will among other things li)vkoff who holds the Garden's Ann 1:nin tit""feated W I" and Mae" It-J471-rorreo 1 1 :Irrasr:1-71:4egr ' 1 li : obtain possession of around 45 men ' '' - ' ' ng recoed at 45' a Hanks 2 to li J J a Popp nd sreaeire 1 0 2c o araamo 1 o 2 'dividuat scori and a rumor is going around that I Il - - ieri - liasel Andrews defeated Vie Vara Totals ii -4' 341 Totals ' 12 --5 ii some of them might even be ball- points srvi Peggy Parker 2 to 1: O F and players - You can bet y-our bot- el-via K T d d I II 'le OrIZI e f e a t e Ed - ss V 111 tom dollar that Pitcher Rube 1 led For Lead 1111111 :May nard a nd Cora I larri 2 t s o 1 Melton of t he B rooklyn Dd ogers DETROIT 1-"cli 21 (UPI—The PHILADELPHIA Feb 21 (IP)— recently bought from tile Phils Will Detroit Red Wings- pullecl into a Douglas R Yeates "5 who pitched for the R es er ant s - Nine PI 1 v e rs rili e och t N Y I A he not carry out his threat to retire tie with Boston for the Nationtil ' ville N C baseball clubs died Sun- to a farm It looks like strategy liockey league Sunday night by 4 or o 17 G if' Pit-- z es - - 1 day at a hospital her e after a three- strictl fro y m hunee r— o - v hipOn g the B ruins 4 to 0 be fore r dollars - His maneuver is almost as old a record crciwd of 14 119 at Olympia Take Bus iro6 terve:Is n I day illness - e 14 - Soot flares tors burn 'beck thnt on soot 13- erforrning gvrms--- Lither one neut Jut a11111 mbat the ant brbri ---no you Ifort durprtuula t (E) In - ton titer Nine pla3 in the sv‘ Sunday at 1 with net sec :Morton 91-1 31—5r A 4 Johnon 05- 12-75 J 1 Corman S5 S1-10-75 4o$ I-orty-two retz and Segura Cci)-coture MiA Grp( s --:zxe:j::?77-i:t-:' - - EMIE- ::v:5:!r0-A!')-::::: -:- :: 1 t' 4 :: ii: : ' -1 - 0--44--rero-1471':if'7:::i:::: s :::-!':: ::--f-: : :-:::: i ':)'::' :'rr''1::tr:''''d' ''''''':l : )')'' :-)'S''i)t:')':iV"i-'::t::!::'le t ) !i 1- -:::f'-:5'i:ii::::::)): - - -''-'' :i' i:':4 '':i:'' 7777 ' :lt :: :): :-:: t )'':': ' ::::--i-::-''-:::4--:"::' ' ''s-:4":!i?:'::::':-:ii::--:::3 ::--i: : - (:: - :'?:::::--::-? 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