Clipped From The Austin Daily Herald
Golden Glove Quarterfinals at Rochester There will be plenty of action tonight with over 50 Golden Glove boxers still in the running for eight sectional titles in the quarterfinal quarterfinal round at Rochester's Mayo Civic auditorium. In the lightweight, middleweight and welterweight classes some fighters may have to appear twice In order to get each division squared squared off for the semifinals and fin als Feb. 8 at Mayo Civic auditor ium. Tonght's card begins at 8:30 p.m. Four Austin boxers will appear, Including Tony Graves, son of former former national batamweight champion contender Jackie Graves. Young Graves will go again in the novice flyweight division, after winning bis first bout. • The others are John Pfister and Ron Doggett, welterweights and Bernie Mucha, middleweight. Pfis ter and Mucha will be making first appearances, while Doggett won a first round TKO victory last week. weght Jim Pohce; welterweight Dick Gotten f _^ . . _, .. -jji • i . i of Rochester Police; middlweight Duane Herman of Chatfield, and light heavyweight Vern Crowson of Chatfield. I Caledonia leads in the race for the Mike Sternberg Memorial team U1C lillivC OWCl llUd K *Ticiii\Ji ioi v^-aiii trophy but Rochester Police, Chat- field «md Austin are still in the running ;Rex Sectional champs will go to Min- neapolis for the Feb. 10 and 17 rounds of the Upper Midwest tour- ney, which will be held at the, Minneapolis Auditorium.