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IT 8C sports ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1991 3 JUN 1 5 1991 Powell A Changed Man, Now Likes Ring Training mm TOM WHEATLEY tl BOXING "We want him between 215 and 220 from now on," Anderson said. "When he came to Philadelphia to train, he weighed 228." Powell got some top-notch sparring at Barry Shapiro's gym, which, along with Joe Frazier's competing gym, is one of the top two joints in Philadelphia Shapiro, a promoter who runs KO Productions, was brought in because Powell's management lacked boxing connections. The other investors are Wottowa, who runs a job search firm; Marty Stein of St. Louis, a sales manager for Fuji Film; John Connors, brother of tennis star Jimmy Connors, who is managing partner of the Alton Belle, a riverboat casino; and Rick Sures, a businessman from Miami.

Powell is starting to attract national notice. His last victory was on an ESPN undercard promot The reluctant heavyweight is finally hungry to fight for keeps. Boris Powell, a St. Louisan who was Golden Gloves national champion in 1989, improved his professional record to 4-0 with a unanimous decision Thursday night in Philadelphia. "He's going to have to do well to keep feeding himself," said St.

Louisan Jim Wottowa, one of Powell's five financial backers. "We've got him eating four meals a day, and that's not McDonald's hamburgers. "He was over to my house last Sunday, and he ate 70 bucks worth of food. (H UfflUffl He had two 16-ounce steaks, potatoes, corn, a salad and a quart of cranberry juice. Then, for dessert, he had a turkey sandwich about 2 inches thick.

"He just absolut-ley trains so hard that he has trouble keeping weight on." This is the same Powell who drove amateur coach Kenny Loehr crazy with his training regimen at 12th Park. Powell is a fitness ed by Bob Arum's Top Rank group. Powell's fight was not televised. "But the people from ESPN were impressed with him," Anderson said. "He was under the critics' eye.

Some matchmakers were there from Top Rank. We'll be spending some more time here in Philadelphia. Then he's scheduled to fight another four- Boris Powell Provided it's handled and disposed of properly. That's because the average automotive battery contains material that can be recycled to help conserve resources as well as protect tie environment. If you've got an automotive or marine battery to dispose of, no matter what brand, please drop it off at a participating AC-Delco retailer.

Not only will you receive something special as a thank you, you'll also feel good about doing the right thing. gS-0EL00 GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION rounder for Top Rank and ESPN in Atlantic City," on June 28 or July 1. Powell whipped Marion Wilson of Washington, D.C., who came in at 5-0-1 with three knockouts, Anderson said. Two judges gave Powell all four rounds, and the last judge had him winning 3-1. "The first three fights Boris had, the guys weren't what he needed," Anderson said.

"This was a tough fight, and he took some shots. He banged with this guy. He's not slapping. He turned it over." It all goes back to the rugged sparring Powell got, and was willing to give back, at Shapiro's. "Boris sparred five days with Jesse Ferguson," Anderson said.

"Boris was beating him up. Believe me when I say that. Jesse won the ESPN heavyweight title in '85 when he beat Buster Douglas. He's gone 10 rounds with Carl 'The Truth' Williams and six rounds with Mike Tyson." It's been nearly 5'2 years, since Tyson KO'd Ferguson. "Jesse's older now," Anderson conceded, "but he's still a tough guy." Powell had trained earlier in his career with Ferguson.

This time, according to Anderson, Ferguson said Powell is "really strong." "He's much improved since the last time I sparred with him." It seems as though the reluctant heavyweight is gone for good. "The sky's the limit," Powell said. He didn't say if the reference was to his boxing stock or the food stock in his refrigerator. fanatic. He loves aerbobic workouts and is an avid runner.

What he disliked was getting punched. That's a natural aversion in most civilians, but it's somewhat of a hindrance to a man wanting to feed himself with his fists. Powell is intelligent, articulate and quite an engaging character. He also is a little eccentric and very high- strung. "He's what you call hyper," Loehr used to say.

Loehr dropped out a year ago, after Powell put on a pacifistic display in the 1990 Golden Gloves finals that cost him his title. Enter Willie Anderson, a former local fighter and retired police officer. He has been able to locate and tune into Powell's narrow-band frequency. The result is that Powell not only comes to the gym to polish his boxing skills, he actually likes it. "My coach has been showing me some little things," Powell said after Thursday night's victory, "and little things mean a lot.

He spends a lot of quality time with me. We sit down and talk about things. "I see myself progressing. I plan to stick to the game plan and pay attention to my coach. When I go to the gym, I still hit the bag, but it's not boring to me now.

I like sparring." Powell, a lefthander, has dumped his slap-happy amateur ways and tapped into his power. At 26, he's not a kid anymore. At 6-foot-3, he has bulked up to 221 sculpted pounds. That's well up from the 201 he carried as an amateur and the 208 he weighed in his pro debut last year. We are an authorized EPA handler IND0OO199653.

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1 0.2 Jesse Owens, United States, June 20, 1936. 10.1 Willie Williams, United States, Aug. 3, 1956. 10.0 Armin Hary, West Germany, June 21, 1960. 9.9 Jim Mines, United States, June 20, 1968.

9.95 (electronic), Hines, Oct. 14,1968. 9.93 Calvin Smith, United States, July 3, 1983. 9.92 Carl Lewis, United States, Sept. 24, 1988.

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"He's a great champion. He's a clean champion." The victory was Burrell's third over Lewis in their last four meetings, after Lewis had won their first five races. Burrell's previous best time was 9.94, in winning the 1989 U.S. championship in Houston. Despite the loss of the record, Lewis, 29, seemed satisfied, because his time showed he is in much better shape than a year ago, when he won the national championship in 10.05.

"A lot of people thought Carl Lewis was old and gone," the two-time Olympic gold medalist said. "We're just a start away from a world record." But he was unhappy with his start. "I didn't do what I had to do out of the blocks," Lewis said. "I had a terrible start. I won't say this was my worst start in major competition, but it was just terrible." As usual, Burrell was out quickly and held off Lewis, who closed fast over the final 25 meters.

"Everything went well from the start," Burrell said. "I reacted to the gun very well, drove out of the blocks powerfully and accelerated unlike ever before. "Ever since I ran 9.94, 1 felt it was a matter of time that it would happen. When your lifelong dream and lifelong work culminates Itself, you don't know what to think." Earlier, Greg Foster and Renaldo Nehemiah finished one-three in the 110-meter high hurdles and earned places on the U.S. team for the world championships in Tokyo in August.

The two, who often had battled acrimoniously before Nehemiah left track temporarily in 1982, embraced after their strong showing. The balding Foster, 32, the 1983 and 1987 world outdoor champion and this year's world indoor champion, had to make up ground quickly after Jack Pierce, the eventual runner-up, got a flyer out of the blocks. Foster did it smartly and held on to win in 13.29 seconds for his fifth U.S. title. Nehemiah, also 32, a former world-record holder, was timed in 13.36, his best of the year.

Pierce clocked 13.33. This is the first time since 1979, when he won the World Cup, that Nehemiah will represent the United States in an international meet. He was the 1980 Olympic Trials winner, but did not get to go to the Moscow Games because of the U.S. -led boycott. Two years later, after dominating the hurdles and believing he had little more to accomplish, he signed with the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League.

He played for the 49ers from 1982 through 1985 before returning to track. During Nehemiah's absence, Foster stepped to the forefront, being ranked No. 1 in the world four times and second twice from 1982 through 1987. Gail Devers-Roberts, who has been battling a hyperthyroid condition and had done little on the track since making the 1988 Olympic team, won the women's 100-meter hurdles in 12.83, her fastest time this year. Joining her on the U.S.

world championship team were National Collegiate Athletic Association champion Dawn Bowles (12.89) of Louisiana State and Arnita Epps-Myricks (12.99). Julie Jenkins, who missed Thursday's women's 800-meter heats after being struck by a van while crossing a street near her midtown hotel, qualified for the final by finishing third in her heat. "It went pretty well, especially since I didn't know what to expect," said Jenkins, who suffered injuries to her left calf, knee and clavicle in the accident. "I'm just thankful I can run." Jackie Joyner-Kersee, the American-record holder, led the women's long jump qualifiers for today's finals with a leap of 21 feet ll2 inches. She already has won the heptathlon.

Lewis, also a two-time world champion in the men's long jump, easily qualified for the finals, soaring 26-7 '4. St. Jacob DfcHuMANN a TAYLUH FfefcP CO, Rt. 4 Rt. 40 618-644-5522 Trenton DEIEN CHEVROLET 555 North Madison 618-224-9200 Waterloo LIEFER'S GARAGE 600 S.

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