Hos- acci- with was her were by one held Exciting Bouts On West Side; OneMoreShow Five really spectacular junior Â·oxing bouts were staged at the ffest Side Playground Friday evening by play leader Joseph Mullen, assisted by Margaret Smith, and an efficient staff of 'olunteer officials:' 1 The show "was by far the best if the playground season and al- hough it was scheduled to be ast on toe program, popular request, request, on the part of the 300 ators who witnessed the . bouts, las. encouraged the leaders to n. one more, show next Friday evening. . ' .. The The two feature bouts were opener-between two ferocious 50- jounders, .Jimmy Â· Flynn and fer.ome Betters, and 'the. final 115-pounds between J i m Schriver and Jim Robinson. .' Â· Â· Flynn earned the decision over. Betters after three one-minute rounds of furious milling. In the final, although apparently outweighed, outweighed, Â· Schriver' thumped, verdict over Robinson in a bout whose, theme might * well '.have been, "never a dull moment." The-summaries are as follows: 50 pound class^--Jimmy Flynn defeated Jerome Betters. 105 pound class--Sonny DePaul defeated Gus Anastation; 80 pound class^--"Georgie Porgie" Porgie" Mills defeated Jimmy Webb. 65 pound class--rEdgar 'Betters defeated-Dick Rigger, 115 pound .class -- Jimmy Schriver defeated. Jim Robinson. The .officials were: Referee, Harold Schrum; judges,. Joe Taconi and George Haley; timer, Charles .Haley, ,.