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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, May 16, 1941, Image 7

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Ijday, May 16. 1941
■fortune on the hoof
■if you read the sporting pages
I aI j you are familiar by now
■th the place the Kentucky Der
■ hoWs in the estimation of the
■ort fans— especially the racing
Edicts throughout the world.
Derby is THE blue-blooded
iK,rting event of the year and it
S' been the lushest in tradition
;C r since its inception some six-
K.seven years ago. There are
■rher events on the sport calendar
■ring a year but the be-
Ees revealing the best three year
K horses of the season, offers
Me tingling thrills that come only
Kth championship and colorful
Mrograms. Derby Day is the one
My of the year in which the South
Mrgets about Sherman’s march to
Me sea
■ However, what is not very well
Mown is the fact that Jews
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JEWS IN
SPORTS
' by Morris Weiner
Jewish owners, riders, trainers and
handlers—are encountered in un
expected numbers on the thor
oughbred racing scene. More than
that, Jews play an important part
of the racing picture in this coun
try. For example, it is not gener
ally known that the jockey who
established a record for riding
winners in a season, which never
has been remotely approached,
was a Jewish lad from Brooklyn.
His name was Walter Miller and
for two spectacular years the
most successful rider who ever
booted a horse down the stretch.
All this was long ago—l9o6 to be
exact. Harry Wakeoff won a $60,-
000 race in 1925 at Tia Juana. The
Renick brothers Sammy and
Joey are top-notchers today
along with Ira Hanford, Charley
Litzenberger and Bobby Merrit.
Not only do Jewish lads ride
winning horses, but Jews also get
horses into winning condition.
Hirsch Jacobs, a pigeon fancier
before he turned his attention to
horses, was the leading trainer in
America for the first nine years
of the past decade. Unlike most
famous trainers, Hirsch is not pre
sented with hand - picked, ready
made champions. He works for the
small operators who are at a se
vere disadvantage contesting
against millionaire owners for
rich stakes.
Max Hirsch, who developed the
mighty Sarazen and trainer of
millionaire strings for many years,
seems to have done a good job of
communicating his trade secrets
to his children, Mary and Buddy.
Mary Hirsch was the first woman
to be granted a trainer’s license
by the New York Jockey Club and
Buddy is recognized as one of the
more gifted conditioners of horses
among the younger generation . . .
The Western division of Marry
Payne Whitney’s stable once was
in charge of the Goldblatts, Mose
and Art, and the Lowenstein bro
thers, Mose and Jake, trained in
the same section with more than
average success.
The colors of Jewish sportsmen
have been carried to victory in
most of the important classics of
racing. Benjamin Block was the
owner of Morvich, undefeated as
a two year old and winner of the
Kentucky Derby in 1922. Another
Jew, John D. Hertz, president of
the Arlington Track Park in Chi
cago, won the Derby with Reigh
Count in 1928. The champion filly
Anita Peabody was a Hertz en
try when she won the $91,790 Fu
turity in 1927 with Reigh Count
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
Meal in F^edom
“Rescue of the victims of oppression is an inseparable part of the
democracies’ struggle against the aggressors’’—this principle was ac
cepted and acted upon by the Annual Convention of the Hebrew Shel
tering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), recently held in New York
City, when it voted a $1,000,000 budget for the 1941 “Rescue Through
Emigration" activities of the Society.
Masada and Amity Clubs Split Two Games
In Jewish Community Softball League
The Masada and Amity Clubs
divided a double-header in the on
ly games scheduled for last week
in the Jewish Community Softball
League. The Masada team won
the first game 8-7, while the Am
ity lads took the second encounter
by a 5-3 score.
Mizrahi, Surasky and M. Cohen
led the Masada boys at bat in the
initial affair, each slugging out
two hits, while Abe Fraden cap
tured hitting honors for the Am
ity bunch with three hits, includ-
Answers To I. Q.
(Continued from Page Two)
(1) “God is with us."
(2) Hulda was consulted by
King Josiah of Judah (see II Kings
22, 14-20).
(3) Obviously, because the king
sent a delegation of five dignitar
ies to consult her on the destiny
of the country.
(4) “Weasel.”
(5) Holofernes.
(6) For medical purposes and as
fertilizers.
(7) In 165 B. C. E.
(8) The Babylonians.
(9) Yes (see Deuteronomy 21,
14).
(10) She was thrown down
through the window and trampled
by Jehu’s horses, as punishment
for her many crimes (see II Kings
9, 30-37.)
second. And the runner up to
Reigh Count in the Derby was
Misstep, owned by Leo Marks.
The Schwartz stable won the Der
by in 1936 with Bold Venture. This
horse was trained by a Jewish
handler and booted home by Ira
Hanford . . . the first time in Der
by history that a horse, owned,
saddled and ridden by a Jew, won
in such a clean sweep . . . The
touts around the track claimed
that this made Bold Venture, the
horse, a kosher product. . .
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ing a home run and a triple. Weiss
and Wolfson garnered a brace of
hits also for this outfit.
In the second game B. Sachs
received two hits for the Amity
club with Carlteon registering a
similar total for the Masadas.
The score by innings:
First game:
RHE
Amity Club 10 212 1 o—7 12 3
Masadas 0 2 0 4 0 0 2—B 9 3
Sachs and Falis; Mizrahi and
Spivak.
Second game:
RHE
Masadas 0 0 2 0 I—31 —3 6 4
Amity Club 014 0 x—s 7 2
M. Spivak and Mizrahi; Weiss
and Rosenblatt.
The standing of the teams thus
far are as follows:
Won Lost
Southern Jewish Weekly 3 0
Amity Club 2 1
Masada Club 1 2
A.Z.A. Fraternity 0 3
Next Sunday morning at 9:30
thei A.Z.A. fraternity will play the
Masada Club, while at 11 o’clock,
or immediately following the
game, the Amity Club will oppose
the Southern Jewish Weekly team.
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