Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on February 24, 1957 · 41
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Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois · 41

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(Efyirasu &im&aij STrifem February 24, 1957 F Part 2 Page S Golden Glovers from Near and Far; Each with. One Goal Tournament of Champions Title! I' ' ' V&Mf ;5, ' i'Cf4 '-v ' ' ?! ' f; ;! vfCi 1 1 . " X ' V t y f 4 if V's::-; "5? i 1 I f JfU f! rcsl J r -1 f ft? r 1 - VI -vivUi C I V ; ;- i . Jt 'ji j i J 1 i. V f Kansas City's titleholders are rated among the best in the Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions opening tomorrow night in Chicago Stadium. ' Front row, left to right: Mike McDaniels, 112 pounds; Tommy Reynolds, 118; James Anderson, 126; Feazell Vernell, 135. Back row: Joe Shaw, 147; Buster Talley,' 160; Willie Clemens, 175, and Jerome Buchanan, heavyweight. ' From the west coast comes (his contingent of Los Angeles Times fight era. Front row, left to right: Larry Wright, 135 pounds; Johnny Cat e, 126; Coach Art Martell; Manuel Elias, 118; Ray Pacheco, 112. Back row: .Esker Harris, heavyweight; Norman Letcher, 175; Ed Hickman, 160, and Otha Grimes, 147. 1 " P5h -V '-- t"" J ' ".,:;J r " "v , , , , hiiii.i. ... -ii - - The Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press team includes (front, left to right) Dick Brantner, heavyweight, Tony Burton, 175 pounds, and (rear, left to right) Robert Lauzon, 112, and Tom Dunham, 118. -Ill IILIIIU J.H.l .IHI.,11 I .L ,. ....UUI.IIUJII III II. WIIHI I I. H l.l.dl I I.M I .J II ' -"' " T v ' ...ii.... v, I ...n L j.i IW. . ' k .:-.M fM i -4JM4l ii i L . 1 i -; - 1 1 A? 'A t i .1- 4 vA W J- - i ! Jn . f "l V I lf J lr J ' 'I 1 - - 1 - L' 1 h - J v Vi j f- . - v.i 11 I . 1 . . . . I ikx , jr-Sv', l? ' i - s Chicago's own, the cream of the North-South side city tournament. Left to right: Arthur Norris, heavyweight; Ernest Terrell,175; Ernest McCIendon, 160; Eddie Allen, 147; Paul Boidy, 135; Brian O'Shea, 126; Anthony Caronna, 118, and Sammy Giancola, 112. r.Vf 7 7 The Fond du Lac Commonwealth-Reporter squad includes (front, left to right) Charles Buss, 126 pounds; Jack Meisner, 118, and (rear, left to right) Lee Cotillier, heavyweight, and Lyle Smith, 175. , '; "ASA , i -f - j i K ' 1 1 f I 4 $ JS. i I HI Ml lH' .isi(Sf 1 '1i f-: .7 f; l 1 Lv.iAiiiWAW.-i . . I J iff s- W1 - C"- - v: '. - ' (V t:"-s -'!': I .vu-i If A.f ';, V'i il : tV I 7'x:" V I If W y, f . J. - "7w 1 - I . - lV lie' 1 , . ro& 1 ' - The Omaha World-Herald team, always a contender, has another power unit this year. Left to right: Dick Johnson, 112 pounds; Art Hernandez, 118; Dick Kline, 126; Johnny Lawler, 135; Dean Pofahl, 147; Eduard Maczollek, 160; Paul Ford, 175, and Bill Nielsen, heavyweight. Others on the Grand Rapids team are (front, left to right) Tom Clayton, 160 pounds; Frank Burrell, 147, and (rear, left to right) Bill Ve-reecken, 126, and John Seymour, 135. I fv ' I J f ' ft- ;, V, ' 1 ill t I ! 1 I I ! - if l - A . f I . , ! i. -nm him n in. nmftn-irrl t -- 4&i$?AJihmMif' Mtmtk. L- - nnrT --" t 8w 3' " " i ' . ' C- 4 Wi'H r 1 v ) , i A . 1 - av - :? 'Af 4- ,'fS Others from Fond du Lac are (front, left to right) Charles Tourtillot, 112; Nick Flinsky, 135, and (rear, left to right) Tom Curtin, 160, and Mickey Mangum, 147. Des Moines has high hopes with this group of champions. Front row, left to right: Ronald Stone, 135 pounds; Guy Barton, 118; John Borts, 112; Nate Lawson, heavyweight; Dave Nemo, director. Back row: Dave Fidler, coach; Larry Vignaroli, 175; Gary Sturdivant, 126; Dick Jackson, 160, and Ernie 'Martin, 147. From down Tennessee way comes this group of boxers, carrying the banner of the Nashville Tennessean. Front row, left to right: Adie Proctor, 160 pounds; Leon Waters, 112; Sonny Boy Whittaker, 118; Ray Matthews, 126. Back row: Don Baskette, 175; Jug Hewitt, heavyweight; Billy Collins, 135, and Guy Sumlin, 147.

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