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SUGAR RAT Title Goes Britisher MU8EL Sports Writer dusky Randolph Turpin champion in 57 years new crown at New York, Sept. Robinson, whom Turpin amazingly the title last night. Robinson, Turpin and New be 15-round his and of a Ray In chin the second career he on and are the for two first fight com solid and the of and were bout. Rny's did and will at For of crew seven-inch WedaQday. July 11. 1951 Albany DemoCTatHsaaalt hw II sixth, 10th and 11th sessions. Turpin was in trouble only once. That was in the 11th, when Sugar Ray realising that he could then win only on a knockout launched a desperate body attack that drove the Briton about the ring and nearly jack-knifed him twice. Sugar Outweighed As Turpin registered his 41st victory in 44 professional bouts, he scaled 158 poundi. Robinson, who had been beaten previously only by Jake La Motta in 1943, weighed 154 Vi. Last night Sugar Ray was making his first defense of the crown he wrested from La Motta last Feb. 14 at Chicago. Sugar Ray received such a beating in the closing rounds that his wife and sister wept bitterly at the ringside. Later his wife, Edna Mae, blamed his European tour for his defeat. Last night's bout was his seventh in Europe in 40 days. Sugar Under-Ratea Turpin Robinson said he had underrated Turpin, who was a much better fighter and a much harder puncher than he had expected. Turpin praised Robinson as a "fighter with a terrific punch, and a fellow whom Americans can still regard as champ." Robinson planned a vacation on the Mediterranean before return ing to New York to begin training for the return scrap. From the gate of $250,000, Rob- Inson will receive about $84,000, his largest purse. Turpin will get about $Z5,3UU. borne of Turpin s money will be used for the treatments of his half-blind mother. She was born in England, but his father came frbm the West Indies. LEADS LIONS STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (NEA) Homer Barr, two-time eastern intercollegiate heavyweight wres tling champion, was voted Penn State's top 1951 athlete. BOY! ARE WE BURSTING WITH TALENT! Yes, we've got the most talented bunch of motor-overhauling experts in these parts. Factory-trained. Fine, conscientious workmen. They love to get in motors and overhaul them good as new. Repair, renew, replace. We've got the parts . . . and we've got the best overhaul service ny motorist could wish for. Drive in today for a free estimate. We'll be pleased to meet you. Don Densmoor Chevrolet Co. "(.MAC Budget Terms" 2nd and Ellsworth PhoiM 1 1 22 Member Albany Chamber of Commerce Movers Slated In (orvallis For Legion Go Trekking to Corvallis this ave-ning for a seven-inning game beginning at 6:30, the Albany Cum-mings Movers will be after their seventh District 3 American Legion Junior baseball victory)" against two losses. The Movers blasted Corvallis, 12-0, in their first district meeting but lost a 9-12 decision in a practice game here during the Albany Timber Carnival. Jim Blackwell tops the batting" list for the Movers with a .442-i. percentage, based on a triple, two doubles and 16 singles in 43 offi-" eial turns at bat. He has batted in . 15 runs, stolen 16 bases and drawn 14 bases on balls in 14 district and non-district games. Crocker Runner-Up Following is Bob Crocker with " 393 mark. The leading slugger. . Crocker has five triples, two dou-' s blcs and 15 singles in 58 trips to ' the plate. He includes 18 rung " batted in and 11 stolen bases. Don Brenneman has tagged triple and 16 singles in 51 attempts for a .333 batting mark. He has-stolen 15 bases and drawn 13 bates" on balls. Others with outstanding records' include Bill Parrett with a .tit batting average and 15 runs batted in, J. R. Stamps with a .292.. batting percentage and 12 run-batted in, and Doy Gatlin with IS., stolen bases and 17 bases on balls. Pitchers who may start and their earned-run averages: Lee Cam- . eron, 1.64; Gary Torgeson, 2.04; Steve Cox, 2.43, and Frankie Bur- -ford, 3.43. Line-Up Listed The remainder of the line-up. likely will include Parrett, catcher; Stamps, first base; Burford or Blackwell, second base; Dean Sor. ensen or Richie Heins, third base; Brenneman, shortstop; Gatlin, left field; Crocker, center field, and Blackwell or Torgeson, right field, . In other district games tonight,. bweet Home will be at Florence-and Eugene will visit Toledo. Springfield will play at Cottage drove Thursday night. Find Your Wants in Want Ada.'