PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 2fi, 1947 Ring Injury Fatal To Jimmy Doyle . : Welterweight Title * Contender Dies After Operation on Brain Sandbag Rail Embankment From Flood Waters ,, June 26 (UP) — Jiirany" "Doyle, welter»elght boxing challenger, died nt 3:25 p.m. today »t at. Vincent' Charily Hospital us a result of injuries suffered when he w* s knocked out last night by: Champion Ray (Sugar) Robinson. 'Doyle never regained consciousness after Robinson's explosive left- hock sent hliri to the canvas and his head bounced twice on the floor. He w,i s operated on for a brain hemmorhape at' 3 a.m. ycs- terd&y in St.. Vincent's Charity Hospital. Forty-five minutes lalcr he »'» s wheeled from the operating room and his condition was described as critical. He dl?d just 17 hours after his knockout. . Physicians fousht desperately to save the young boxer's life, admin ist«ring oxygen and artificial res plrition throughout the day. It was believed the first deat'.i resulting from injuries in a cham- pionihip fight in ring history. Tile tracedy probably could be ranked ahe»d of Ernie Sahaff's death from injuries received at the hands ° [ heavyweight Primo Camera of Italy in New York's -Madison Square Garden In 1933. Another historic ring death. wa s that of Luther McCarty, wlio succumbed to a broken neck suffered when ho 'was knocked out by Arthur Pelky at Calgary, Alta, Can., in 1913. Last year there irere 12 ring fatalities throughout the world. ; -Robinson, who remained in Cleveland to be near' Doyle, said "I'm sure sorry uboul this, I didn't Save any idea -he was scrlouslj fiurt when I left the ring. He wn a (Treat kid and a swell fighter." Kobinson probably will be hclc on a technical charge, of nnn slaughter. Paul Doyle, Jimmy's manager said the fighter's mother had call «J several times: from Los Angclc to learn the condition of her son " Hospital physicians agreed wit Dr. A. F. Hagedorn of the Clevc land Boxing Commission Ilia Doyle's injury was caused by head striking the floor, rather tha Robinson's blow. ' Dr. Hagedorn said Doyle ha completely recovered from tho ct lects of a knockout by Artie Lc vine here March 11 and was perfect physical condition last night's fight Navy Adds Frozen Foods To Overseas BiH-of-Fare OAKLAND, c'a:. CUP) — The mivy Is experimenting with shipping frozen foods with the hope of improving the blll-of-fure aboard ships and «t navy ix>sts throughout Hie world, , Only sinai! amounts of frozen foods hfu'e been .sent cvei'scas, principally for use in hospitals, because the foods thaw quickly aiul spoil If left in the open air in tropical climates. Chief difficulty has been the time required to transfer the shipments Irom one reefer ship to another, or from one reefer to the rteep freeze lockers on pn Island base. To overcome that, the navy is mini; a canvas-covered, cork-lined bag which will hold 200 pounds of fresli-fimen fruits and vegetables. The bags are prc-cooled for two ilays at temperatures of 10 degrees below zero. They arc filled and sealed in the cold storage rooms, and will allow a rise of only one degree an hour alter being removed from the refrigerators INTERIOR DECORATING Drapes . . . Curtuius . . . Slip Covers . . . Pulnlin£ . . . Papering C. L. ROGERS 1'hone 2400 Workers sandbag the Burlington Railroad rlulit-of-way 3K miles east of the Hulo bridge near Napier, , in an effort to keep the Missouri River Hood waters from weakening the embankment and uncler- ilnB the rails, as new floods overflow levees along the river. (NEA Tcleplioto.) Loud Sing Cuckoo! British Irked By Aspersions from California BY ROBERT Unllcil 1'rrss Staft Correspondent LONDON (UP) — "Slimmer is icumcn in. •'Llhude sing ciiccu! . . ." The cuckoo will have lo sing :' liltlo louder this year than ever before to rise .above the transatlantic arguments on exactly when this simtch ol Wcsscx folk song was set to music. (For British pride Is involved and even more important—(British tradition. If it was composed in tlic year 1240 A D., a s Britons insist then tins island led the world In "mensural notation" music in six- part songs. I[ it was composed in 1280 A.D or 1310 A.D.. ns the University o California believes, then Britali was '"notoriously slow" In adopt before , ing tlie new musical techniques o that era. Tart ot I/igcnil What makes this California skcp I ticism particularly Balling lo 111 British is the fact that the son;; i s part of the island legend taught to every school child here. They all learn thut one bright spring morning (in 1240. of course) a in' Jury Questioned In First Slavery Trial Since 1860 f s '. 3A»i DIEGO, C»l., June 25. (UP) —rA jury^ of.:10 men and two women, scheduled (o. hear the first slavery trial s ince the Southern reconstruction days, were questioned yesterday on their altitude toward Meghjes. ' : •Federal Judge Jacob Weinberger conducted the questioning before opening the trial of Alfred Wesley •Ingalls, 64, former Massachusetts •k-stetetpr, and his socialite wife, •Mifa Elizabeth* 62. • The ilngalls are charged with keeping v thelr Negro maid, Dora L. Jones, 57, in bondage for 27 years. f. Under Federal court procedure, the" judge ' questions prospective a confer- I expected to be called ns a •neys, Judge ; witncs s later in the trial. nonk named John of I-'ornsete of he Abbey ol Rea'ding heard a. ;ardencr singing at his, work. This is what he sang in the dia- ect of Wc.sscx: "Sinner Is 'icnmcn^in. Llhudc sini; cuccu. Growcth sed and b'.owcth med 'And springeth the wude uu. •Awe bleteth after lomb, L'outh after calve cu, Bnlluc stertcth, bucke vctreth, Murlc sing cuccul" Tlic monk, the story goes, was FA: struck by tlic tune that he composed a six-voice part-song at least. two generations nlicad of the rest of European progress in this form In 1013 a Inljlet was put up in the ruins of Reading Abbey to com- memorate the composition or the song. California Dissents Now Dr. M-infrcd Bukoizer, In a treatise published by the University of' California, casts doubt on the whole pleasant fable. Britls;i musicians are remarking somewli'.u bitterly that the California tendency is to assume that since men- sural notation did not appear on the European continent until laic in the !3th century, it could not possibly have shown up earlier in England. "English backwardness is notorious," was the sarcastic comment of critic Richard Capell. 'Meanwhile Dr. Egon Wellesz of Oxford has joined the local defenders on the ground that Bukuf- zer's theory of the song's late 13th ccntivy origin is "mcompatibic with the p:ilcO!;rapl)ical evidence." Sing loud, cuckoo! Thittk of it ... tliniiHHmlg of dollar & worth of Hyiii^ lime. . > available to you, as a veteran* at no co.sf? All ex-service men and women arc eligible. No age limit ... no educational reqmrcmimla . . . no previous flight learning nettle*]. And you can fly iri your own spare time. ThU is the chance ofa lifclimel Let us tell you all about ii. THESE RATINGS CAN BE tOURS PRIVME rilOT • |MST«UI«"T • OTHW fcOVWClO H1LMG Esso Aviation Products used exclusively at Hood Flying Service. Both 80 and 91 Octane Gas available. Twenty-four hour service! HOOD FLYING SERVICE Instruction — Charter Service — Rentals Municipal Airport Phone 2717 Blythcvillc, Ark. Second and Ash Streets Wilson Auto Service —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611 — G. E. Vacuum Cleaning For AH Cars. 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