The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 30, 1947
Page 6
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1917 • ; Getting Up in the World New Type Baft future of Furious at Stake in Bout With Commission 1!) MOK iVmted 1'ress Sporls Writer) NEW --YORK. Jan. 30.^-It's a th6usand-tg jane l>"t tint- Eddie Lacan foimei o!vmi>lc Iljhllie.ivy- weljjht* chajnpjon, will floor Rockv Grflziino for 'the long count"'\vlion tliftj squaie off at tomon )\ Viiieet- ii\g at the Nejh Yoik St itc Athletic Cohirnissitm* ' * Not^-t bookie In Ne\ Yoik would Rive middleweight challenger, tiraz- iaiio a "chance .todny against Ea^an. thA liusty •>!< footei with Braying blown Mir uho how is chairman of the commission. At 1 p.m. tomorrow, the Ijcll is scheduled to clang on the fifth floor of-the State Building to start this historic SlOO.OOO-bribe cncoun- tter. In .one corner will be Cii':\7.i- ano.Uhe-doad'~3nd kld^frnni Mew York's East ^ Side Who hammered his way to professional "golden boy'* prominence. In the other corner* ftiU be r-it^in tie once-poor boy from Colorado \vlio became the 'Cinderella, man" of amateur 'boxing ind the husbind of Margaret Colg-xle of UIL sO"vp mtlllous, .GraYiano, accused of fmllng to report, fo the commission the olfrr of a 3100,000' fight bribj, will be sec- anded by his manager of record. Irving Coheu—a soft-spoken, blor.d- ish; little man who once owned a ladies' lingerie shop in .Brooklyn. Rocky also will-have an attorney. Engtui will be seconded by Dr. Clilnn n Powell Nei'ro member of the commission Fag-in and Powell current!) nio HK onh (no members of "the cauliflower bohrd. for Oov. Thomas E Dewey hisn L yet appointed i>. successor to John J. Phelin w'jo died Jnn 22 1910. Eagan also will hnvc » representative of the attorney general's office in his corner. Even pockj s closest fitcnds were fearfully certain today that the mns- culni touted tt I alum would bo'- barred from New York State rings foi life lhe\ hoped,, however, that he .would not be fined; since he had accepted neither the oiler nor the bribe .money to "throw" Ins fl lit wllii Cottb-n Ptib-ii Shalik. scheduled 'for Madison Square (3a'r- clcn'on Dec. 27 but cancelled b?- cauv »f Ko«j'; ichiivj; back." The commiss on could fine him u]> to'i $5,000. TowoMpg Doii Kay, OG,' of; Western Kentucky bats down slir>t by Archie Oldbam as Howling Circcn team beats Ilrooklyn St. John's, 61-5-1, before 18,470 at Madison Srmnro Garden. Suffers Fatal Injury in Ring NEW YORK, Jan. 30. (UI'i—The second ring fiiliility tills year Involving u'ri"nninlctir 1 IjoXtV was recorded today in the (loath of |(j- yrnr-old Anthony Scoii/6 of : Brobk- lyn, who suffered ,11 subdui-al holn- t ofrliaKe 'In a . Qoldcn Gloves bout I last Friday. I Sroni.o diet! ycslei'dny at kings il3rool;lyni County Hospital. Death was llsleti as accidental and his opponent l]i the bout ut Itidgewood Grove was exonerated. The other rinji death to rinVma- teur w»s on Jan. 3 at Shi'cvcpoi'l, ].a., \vlien n-year-old Travis Hud- sou succu:rtbcd a few hours nflor sufroriny a secoiul-round knockout. Louisiana State Tops Cagcrs From Vanderbilt MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. ;ip. <UP> ^-I^juisinna State Universily last idylit staged a sctiond half ruUy to tlown a scrapny Vnnderbilt Univci 1 - slty Iwskntball team, 02-52, before y.SOO fans at the Auditorium here. Tin: two (cams battled to a 23- all tie (liirini; the first half. .Sophomore forward Frank Brian) of LSU, took scoring honors for the nlyht with 23 paints. Haywovtli P'.u'ks ted Vuudcrbi)t's scoring wttU 13 points. Boxers Go to Australia SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 30. (UP) —Three top-flight American boxers leave' today .to take an all comers in Australia, They are Lightweight Eddlo Milieus. San* Diego; Middle- Top Flight Golfers Begin Play in Tucson Tourney TjdCSON, Ariz. Jan. S3. tll?)- >Mire than 120 of the nation's topnotch po'Ier \ of ie1lj today for the first ouncl 01 trc 72-holc. SlO'.DSo Tucson c'Jcn. Dress rchearial for the four-ri.iy even was field in Hie fo:'m of a pro-amateur match yesterday. Harold (Jug) AJ-iSpnden, S.uiforcl, Me., loured the ipyout in C4 ior the clay's individual lo\v score. , Close oh his heels were" four players bracketed '"with fiveundei'- par G s Tliej \veie r J. (Dutch) Harrison Yor-t Pn CHjton Heat- ner C) .rlntie N c ; Jimmy Guanlt, Tuisa, Okln., anrl Tommy •Boll, Shrevenorl., Ln. Extra Standard No. 2 Can Tomatoes 15c COUNTRY SAUSAGE ;OMARGARINE Zoharias Leads Goltets MIAMI, Pla., Jan. 30. IUP> — Habc Diaricksoii Zaliarins, still ki-cj)int$ ou the sub-side of par, was n- Invprite today ngainst Mary Agnes Wall of Mcnoniinee. Aricli., in Hie third round of the Ualicrly Women's Match Play Golf Tournament. Mrs. Zahnrias shot a .sub-par 31- yesterday to eliminate JKID Hopkins, of Lakewood. Pa.. 1! and 1. 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