Delta Democrat-Times Thursday, May 27, '65 11. Title Fight Furor Rages With Sweeping Probe Urged Liston And Clay To Get $550,000 Each L EWISTON, Maine (UPI) -- Although the combatants have departed this Maine mill town w i l l i j . considerable amount oÂ£ greenbacks, the furor oven the Cassius Clay-Sonny Liston fight continued to rage today amidst the usual demands for "sweeping" inves-' , ligations. | Clay, who scored a record "Walcott covild have suspend- THREE-TIME WINNER C (was it actually a record?) one- minule knockout over Liston in |his first defense, of llie world '-heavyweight title Tuesday night, |headed for New York Wednes- 'dny afternoon in his privalo bus. Liiton. still smarting from (he first knockdown--and knockout--of his career, lis Denver home. Rased on eaily FOR SOFTBALL TEAM TRIP to Pensacola. Jimmy Layc (left), presidcnl of Ihrj Greenville Softball League, receive*' a $100 check from Jim LoyJ (right) from Allied Van Line; lo go towards expenses for flic Greenville (cam to enter the Fiesta of Five Flags Invilalional Tournament in Pensacola, Fla., on June 5. A total of $550 is needed as a minimum and this rcducrs (he nmounl to $150. (Staff Photo by Noel Workman) headed for estimates, figlil, each will net about 5550,000 for their 60 seconds of labor at I he Central Maine Youlh Center be fore only 4,280 "live" onlookers. the smallest turnout for a heavyweight title fight in liis- tory. ed the count and started again if he wanted to. McDonald. "He had the lo do t h a t , ll'.s right record book." McDonald was supported by 'oley Welch, a former New England middleweight ivho served as a judge fight. t h a t the was mi amateur! referee would have Immediate Installation HILL WATTS Owxr AUTO GLASS Â· Wlndiw Glen Â· Slot. Fronti Â· Mli/ara 1 Fumlutr* rÂ»M Curved Windshields In Slock GREENVILLE PAINT GLASS CO. Phone ED 4-tt61 SOS Main Street When fast talking Clay and slow-moving Liston ptillcd out of (own, they left behind two burning controversies Â«nd sev. eral enraged office holders demanding probes because (hey smclled "fix," The cont roversles Involved he knockdown count and the imo of the kayo. Duncan McDonald of Bangor, a member of (he Maine Boxing Commission, conceded Wednesday that referee J erscy Joe Walcott "got a little mixed up" when Clay landed his short right that sent Listen sprawling lo tlie canvas. McDonald wondered aloud why Walcott didn't suspend the count of knockdown timekeeper Francis McDonough when Jer sey J oe was un able to Clay to go to a neutral corner thrown Clay out of the not gninr; to a neutral Welch said. "It wa.s a of referceinj!." After the fiphl Walcoit plained he couldn't pick up the count from McDonough because he was too busy trying to get Clay back to a neutral corner. 12 Count "When I checked the tirne- :cepcr (McDono-jgh) he toldi TIC he had already reached 12." said Jersey Joe, who had been nviled to attend a Clay conference Wednesday al by Auburn hut never up. Â£R To TS//5 TMGS /rf J /f fie poe - - - By Abr^Maver ^tdtC MGGtS Florida State Today Arkansas Reduces Game License Fees A S T O N I A , N. C. (UPI)--Favored Flo- Slate meets dark- Ken Talum, junior LITTLE ROCK. Ark - T h Â« Arkansas G;me and Fish Commission today announced a revis- ighlhandcrjcd schedule on non-resident fish- 'horse Southeastern Confer- run average, is due to pitch the champion Mississippi|cpener for Miss State. Tatum, nt 10'30 p.m. F,ST| wno hurled both State playoff in the first round of '.victories against Auburn, 10-1, from Birmingham, who posted n|ing and hunting license fees for ' 6-1 record and had a 2.37 earned next year. It reduces an increass Â· the NCAA District 3 baseball tournament. and 2-1 in ten innings, pitched three shutouts during the season. State's opening game lineup Maryland (16-6), champion of.]j' Ke | y w j|] n a v o Del Unser (.295) "o:iterencc,! al [jrsi base. Bill Bacon (.161) at regarded second base, Bobby Uragan (.181) on all such fees set two months ago. The current costs and new fees are: Annual fishing, from 55 lo 14-day trip fishing from S2.50 . to $3.50; annual hunting, all game, from S25 to $30; annual lunting, small game, from 515 lo ; S20. Annual bow and arrow, from $5 lo SC. If a deer or trukey is taken wilh bow and arrow, the tradi- A t l n n l i c Const Co:iferencc.! al first base. Bill Bacon (.160 at challenges lightly Southern Conference c h n m p U t third base, and Don Bell (.263) Furmai! (10-12) in another Iirst-- a t shortstop. . round pame at 1:30 p.m. | i^'ir" JhTf-r ^^^TM^^TMÂ«Â« -^ IM w ,. " - collide a, 8:30 p.,,,. A'Â«Â« TMÂ« R Â»f\^ m ( ' 327 or |'Â° will lie played by I 1 " 11 ' la ' n " lon l- 31s - ! The Commission also raised ths 'Â· one-time losers al 7:30 p.m. l-'ri-j Charlie Smith (.241) will be be- commercial shooting resort fees d;iy wilh the championshipj|j n( } [| le plate. ] for non-residents from So to $6; .winner, Isinplc game When Clay met the press at midday interview he expressed hope that "they don't lake my record away," referring lo the kayo time. McDonald revealed the controversy over the actual clock' ing--many writers timed the finish nt 1:45--would be discussed at a meeting of the commission. However, he indicated would remain a one- minute knockout in the books. 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