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   Clovis New Mexico Evening News-Journal (Newspaper) - June 20, 1936, Clovis, New Mexico                              JUNE NEW EVENiNCNEWSJOUftNAC Knockout of Brown German Vivid Comeback Stadium Crowd By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated PrGss Sports Writer The fight WQJcld Way roan walked al6njDj tele achieving the v the Rndcfcoui The beetlebrowed Gerhian whp wasnt a not in virtcUile1 the top the iflystit ladder he did ttifthner i TJntll the diaimapacked Staclium last was tfas ag the greatest1 prospect ih his tpryV He Deitipsey and lib man could endure against Shnielihg gave the laugh to all that Arid his comparable only puts Max on the threshold of another championship bout artd opportunity first majn In ring history to Regain the heavy WelghTt end of betting pdds thaft soared toV the fljghVthe con fident iTeuton jpmtlytnrllled dls fans and LpuisVheart by flooring for the first time of pro to the fourth blast ing him Into submission a dyna mltepacked right in the follovy Ing rouhdsf ending the agony with another terrific right hand clout after 229 of the 12th Vvas dramatic A badly bajterepy Kis left cheek swollen to twice its natu ral both sprained and all from ruthless air but crumpled after taking two pulverizing rights to the i His eyes he staggered to the Here sduneling fired an other right harid blast that tylcely But It markedthe at least temporarily dark menace Joes legs sagged and the crumpled to the floor his He stared at sky glassy eyes as the timekeeper droned the As nine was body jerked convulsively he cd over on his stomach to hear the count of ten for the first time in Ills meteoric got his feet put pf Hie But he collapsed after a few steps and had to be car ried into his PrpjtnptorMike beaming In the face of the small crowd the gate of prtfy a far cry from the million dollar business the show nt time was expected to immediately launched plans to have the 1 contender meet Brad clock1 tor the championship next He has Schmeling signed already and the champlpn can adjust his contractual difficulties with Madison Square the will bo stag ed iri Yankee Stadium In Septem i i i Eradctack sail he would be delight ed the upset was a tremen dous disappointment tp Louis ahd his but they it as a tcsmpoYary reversal only and prom ised svM paph o fistic time before another yea has 1 of Joes man the defeat Louis sprained From the when he injured his vvas not able to land a wuiclv In his a badly swollen the result the smashing IgHt that for he first pained so what happened from until the Joes other praised courage sportsniaiishlp b lit they glyp enlarge slice pf the credit to llttlp gpe the rrian CHAMPION UPSETTER QF THE DOPE BUCKET p irfore than 100 Bos well gofers 73 C i v i SJ 7V rift the ffflm 1JSA njienijber are cojmjing 1u to Gibvls Rising from the unwanted position of underdog in last nights fight in the Yankee Max Schmeling literally set the sports world back on its heels his decisive victory over Joe the brown bomber from host city bringing toidO Citfosi Bringing Champs Fiom Roswell Ernest Ed Carl who held the cltyj of ppe year and John Mln tPivclty cliarrip for tp inatch a ai Blues Singers Get HorseLaugh As fake By SID FEDER Associated Press Sports Writer Those baseball blues whove been viewing with alarm the recent bjreaks against the Louis Cardjl nalsas evldehce of an impending blow up are getting plenty of laughs along the baseball rial Despite the Chicago Cubs cunent mad dash winning and the re cent injuries and form reversals to Various members of the Cards line that rollicking Gas House gang isnt going to be Wasted out of the National league leadership without ia The Cards to New York yes terday and all they did Was pound five Giant pitchers and bury them under a 75 Stu Mat tin and Ducky Mcdwick each smashed out a homer with twp pn tp put the game on ice Dizzy Dean chalked up his 13th victory of the The victory boosted the Cards lea gue lead to two full games over the who were rained out at Brook and to three games over the third place who found weather troubles The defeated found their iirst division position en as the climbing Cincinnati Reds trounced the 84to move within a game and a half of fourth to winning form onthe part of Lefty Gomez boosted the New York Yanks American to five games over the as the revived murderers with Lou Gehrig again the chief cannon battered the While the second place Boston Sox were with the Louis the Chicago White Sox were sinking the up and coming Cleveland Indians snapping Washingtons winning streak with a free hitting 96 in jhe as being tle ers in the sputHwest Alfred Ruidoso champion fpr Dick in champion and Lubbock pRri Entered The say the can1 sljqvif iifa willbe whileit is many IPlf FOR TBICITY MATCH GERMANS DEMAND June 20 A de wprld heavyweight title Max Schmeling artd be held in ifrfljany made today by of News agency declared after victory over Joe not without jus we demand Braddock the title on German i AdPlf Hitler cabled cordial splendid sent flowers Kfttipns to the fighters he dp it In Open Ampngrtnegplflng threats are jdpwpri for1 the thvqugji Horn buckie anoVquite dp about professional from the El Char lie Cldudcroft jack bf thesouth Kay prcv arid both of Stars Associated Press Mule in winning against Athletics in 13th inning with a LPU Yanks Hit three doubles in 52 win over Stu Had homer and two batting runs in victory over Alex Drove In three runswith homer with two on as Bees Frank Indians His two hits three runs across In 96 win over They Slaad such Shorty Horri lead ing golfers of the southwest and er of innumerable Red Pi J anql t ing a few pointers Wto Cpnmete letters by goJI of the pjE the Is as as wjil represented Worrell Hugh of many gplf titles hpriprsj C stein and other experiericed to get home one good He con nected with plenty of The fight was by fouls and charges of foul Referee Arthur Doh oyan warned Louis three time for hitting Tow and in the the bombers handlers leaped into the ring demanding that Max be pen alized for slipping In a right after fie bell The claim was rOO3TERS TANGLE x WITff FRICfNA HERE Undefeated Team Plays GlQvis Tomorrow At Gavalry Park going down in to the nine last Clovis are the fourth and stayed down for In the main event the evening Kid and Sonny 1 fourht a battle with thp local boy carrying the main part of the both gloveslingers were sev eral times in the IR the second round Kid with a series bpdy succeeded in niaklng the YlsM ing battler take the Jphn Scott ancl CUnt Logue announcers and All proceeds frpm the bout go to tlje list At the close of tomorrow entertainment will prp vided by Cloyjs fP ffifle receptip interesting enough cpmpe tition that they will be anxious tpjire turn Saturday and Sun day for the New Mexicq West Texas Open tournament be Eyes Many svjll be closely the i of nd I the golf notables ip an I effort to retain title chani I nion of Eastern pickets On Sale The ti5ikfitswhich iiPw being sold week big tpurna OoJpnlys foldersto game bjut sjiippey and nlglib Ihe Saturday The finals manybeautiful of the Gehrig Leads In i June 20 ing Yatikiees1 first hit the past week to oil any other batter baseballs Bigtinie ahdmoveintothe lead hitting in 23 trips ayerageSS per centajjeipoints t6 LpuiS4 Gardlnals1 clouting held1 the National League but he 14 by nine hits 29 times CloYla if it at buy June American League standings W L New Yotk BpStpn 35 Wastiington Chicagp 28 28 29 31 20 36 357 i8 36 NewsJournal Want Ads are oppor tunity adsi Use them everyday for NEW June20 statidlhgs in the NationalLeague W L Louis 37 Chicago 21 New 26 Cihcinnati 28 27 33 38 20 39 June 20 W L 24 Dallas 40 27 Oklahoma 37 29 Tulsa Galyestpii 39 391 Antonio 36 Fort 23 42 VVPRLDS 400 METER SlHlATTEREp June UP Archie of Americas newest mile sedthe for the 4pp meters run in of the riatipiia track and ffeld championslMps at Stagg off dis tance Chriatmas comes but orice fiiut dont wait till nextDecimficr to give ybufsclf this airconditicmed refrig erator tciday and fwthpfihbt months aheadl makes thenjuiaBt longer because f airconditioning chamber Beautiful new but half what yo one cfaya free cost Railways Ice Serving Olovis Blione 63 The tennis team which will meet Las Vegas here next Sunday not been according to a member arq awaiting tno of tennis Rame tomorrow at at Cavalry clOYis tenhisplayprs arp urged to park when they will agahi i come 6uf fqr the ttnilafAntArl I 1 fi In his Louis always used gauze and six feet pf hand werit this week and that be lirnjted i regulation tifin six feet of gauze ahd two feet of Isnt protection for a snld Rox his thumbs hft fight under1 It surpriseja us that he wnsnti knooft ed ijke it would be o4 ddle ground for three or ThOTpi wasnt jnuph to choose bo boxers the turned on the appaaredi head From vt tialpttl to his feet fore vyasft flf utter surprise and ron Joes face as he went What they had told him could not had He had been he had been hurt and he had been knocked That was the turning From that moment Louis absorbed a rifle but indoing so proved that he can talse of punishnent and still stayon hUs Once he foundMfipuis could be reached with his ThrPUghoiit the evening he wliliugiy took lefts in order team ThfeBposters feel confident they will emerge victorious tomorrow as Sunday was the Cloyis teams fir loss of the with a score or l Beiil Gfiine Pronilscid According tP Manager i Fripna Iscoming down for a real and I hope that the Clovis turn out for this as prpmises to be a good As there is no Sunshlnpr team this the Boosters are strengthened pKseveral former members of this as the turnout was verysmall lastj and officials hope to have a good many playevs Sunday in Order that the team chosen to meet Las Vegas be the best Clpvis can Holly Bwrko Iitcly FJsh said late tpday thatjlplly and Burite would take the mound tomor rpwi with George Mc will Technical Knackaut Scored By Pena Kid Velasquez Battens As a climax to the big JJuneteentlV1 of the Clovis cplorpcl peo tle a boxing card was given at the Hut lost night to an of about In the first Lupe scored a technical oviar Coxa when the latlers man ager tossed the towel in ring after ona rouncl pf In the second bout Kid Velasquez a smiling hailing for four Pat was down f6ur thries In the thlicl round and was down once in the ASK MB ABOUT MY BUSINESS VWCT3 i JlEtfki CLOVIS DRUG CO 411 7th Free Delivery rpHERE may be too many busy I ypT but yquW to keep you in iouch with home ahS office while you vacation this ore reduced all day and every night after 7 oclock The Mountain States Telephone Telegrapfc   

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