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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 1, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stats and to mks Archie posts k0 ref halts beating los Angeles Cap Archie Moore scored a loth round knockout Over Argentina s Alejandro Lavorante Friday night and the lanky sooth american after collapsing in hts Corner was carried out of the sports Arena on a Stretcher it was the second time in less than a week that a fighter was taken by Stretcher from a ring in a major match. Last saturday the victim was Benny kid Paret who was knocked senseless and lost his welterweight title to pm lie Griffith Lavorante was led to his Corner when the fight was stopped by referee Tommy Hart after 38 seconds of the 10th and Las round. As Moore was receiving the cheers of the crowd Lavorante suddenly collapsed and slumped to the floor from his Stool. The ageless Moore weighing 197pounds, was never Able to put his 25-year-old foe Down for a count but Hart stopped it after 38 seconds of the last round when Lavo Rante. Floundering wildly around the ring was obviously unable to defend himself. Lavorante weighed to it was the first knockout the Argentine has suffered in his brie career of 22 fights but he could claim he still has never been decked. Hart scored it 9-3, judge George Latka 10-2 and judge Lee Gross Man 9-1, ail for Moore under the California system which gives one or More Points to the Winner of around. Lavorante collapsed in his Corner several minutes after the finish and his handlers and Californi athletic commission doctor Robert Rocke hurried to the ring to administer to him. Stretcher brought in a Stretcher was brought into the ring to carry Lavorante to his dressing room. The 6-foot, 4-Inch Argentine absorbed a beating in the eighth ninth and 10th rounds. A crowd estimated at 12.500 watched the non televised fight. Lavorante was taken to his dressing room where doctors treated him. They said he apparently was suffering More from exhaustion than injuries. Lavorante s manager Pinkie George later said and Lavorante nodded in agreement that it was exhaustion coupled with one solid punch to the belly that led to the South american s collapse. Archie Moore. Or to front by Taw asst a to Matey Otta. St min 71 National heu eak tourney Hwy Atam a huts Guruni aft w Wrt a in sick to Bui trim 4 pm Csc to Sadm 74. Stat St. Own 4j South beats North in Junior College Allstar tilt 107-97 Lawton okla. A the South led All the Way to defeat the North,107-97, Friday night in the first of a two game All Star Junior Colleg basketball series. The final game will be played saturday night. South coach Gerald Stockton of Host Cameron College used As starters. Jim Barnes of Cameron took scoring honors with 30 Hartman of Coffey Vule kan., coached the Murrell of Eastern okla Aam added 22 Points for the South followed by Mike Bryant of Cam Eron with 16. Paul Henry of Coffeyville Lethe North with 23 Points followed by Joe Cohalan of Mason City col lege Iowa with 17 Lew Ron Thompson of Nesa. College grand Junction colo., 11, and Bixby Johnson Trinidad state colo., 10. The South hit 30 Points in the opening Quarter then had 25, 27 and 25 in each of the remaining periods. The South held a 55-46 Lead at the got 16 rebound and Mur Rell got 14 to dominate the boards. Providence Cage Captain Providence . Up Raymond Flynn Boston was elected Captain of the 1962-63 provi Dence College basketball squad twas announced Here. Court slaps $1 i against Carbo for new York up the fed eral government Friday won a judgment against Paul j. Frankle Carbo alleged underworld Czar of boxing for income taxes and penalties totalling More than Al Mil lion. Federal judge Gregory f. Noo Nan granted the judgment after a trial Friday. The action was authorized by the commissioner internal Revenue and was starts in 1958. Carbo could not be Erv Edlun to he was brought to new York in october of 19sb for prosecution bythe new York District attorney the years involved were 1mlthrough 1946 and 1949 through 190% plus accrued interest ending wit March 31, 1962, / Ohio shite takes Lead in Mcaa swim meet Columbus. Ohio a Power Ful Ohio state scored in six of seven events Friday night to take a 52-30 Lead Over Southern Cali fornia in the 39th annual inca swimming championships with seven events to go. Some sparkling new records went into the books the biggest being a 3 15.8 performance in the 400-Yard freestyle relay by Michi Gan state bettering the american intercollegiate and Mcaa Fine Effort however gained the spartans Only a tie with Minnesota which was clocked in 3 15,89 but was Given a deadlock in the american record of 3 15.9 was set by the new Haven swim club fast year and the Mcaa an intercollegiate record of 3 16,1 was notched by Yale in 1937.steve Jackman who earlier set a 21.1 record in the 50-Yard free style brought Minnesota from far Back on the final Teg. At the end of nine events the score was Ohio state 52, Southern Cal 30, Minnesota 27, Michigan cubs Cut Catcher 2 hurlers squad now Down to 30 Mesa Ariz. A the Chicago Cuba Cut their squad to 30 players Friday by releasing two pitchers and a Catcher. Southpaw h idler Jimmy Brewer and Rookie right hander Bon Prince were sent to Salt Lake City of the Pacific coast league on 24-hour recall. Catcher Blu Conners was turned Over to the cubs minor league amp in mean to await further assignment. Chicago still has three Ohros t ered players pitchers Jack War Ner Tony Bolsamo and Maurice , who pitched in 41 games through the past two sea sons with the cubs is Best remembered for his Wrigley Field fight with Billy Martin then of the Cincinnati reds. In the aug. 4, i960, encounter Brewer suffered severe a c 1 a 1injuries that required three differ ent operations to , Martin was released Fri Day by the Minnesota twins. State 17. Michigan 15, Yale 13. Princeton and Cincinnati 9, har Vard 8, Illinois 7, Oklahoma ver and Villanova 5, Purdue and North Carolina a Southern Mettro Flat 3, Bowling Green and Washington 2 and Florida state Utah and Texas 1. I a a. _ Ohio state picked up a dozen Points with a 1-2 finish in the one meter diving As Lou Vitucci the defending three meter Champion finished first and Juan Botella olympic and big ten " Champion from Mexico came from far Back to finish second. Purdue s John to gel the big ten and aau three meter outdoor King was third. Jackman set an Mcaa and intercollegiate record of 21.1 seconds in winning the 50-Yard freestyle. The sensational time erased Jackman s own intercollegiate rec Ord of 21.4 set in 1961 in the West Ern conference meet Here and tied in last year s Mcaa met by Frank Legacki of Michigan. Jackman broke the record twice Friday. He zoomed through the qualifier in 21.3. Mike Austin of Yate equated the old record in Fin Ishing second. Artie Wolfe of Ohio state won the evening s opening event the 200-Yard Butterfly in 1 58, almost two seconds better than Dick me Donough of Villanova. Two other ohioans won places and the Buck eyes started moving toward the front in the Point totals. Illint free Tyler Jim Spreitzer of Illinois moved up from a sixth place finish in 1961 to win the 220-Yard freestyle with a Brilliant 2 00.9 Effort Over Dennis Rounsavelle of Southern Cal. In the 200-Yard backstroke Al though Jed Graef of Princeton was timed in 1 58.7, the judges decided Ohio state s a b. Schaefer was the Winner despite a time of 1 58.8. The two boys were less than an Inch apart of the final touch Murray Rose 400-meter olympic Champion and defending Champion in the 220-Yard Mcaa event failed to qualify. Virgil Luken. Who has never bettered 2 18.2, came up with a 2 16.8 performance in the 200-Yartf breaststroke to give Minnesota its second individual championship Dick Nelson of Michigan was Sec Ond in 2 17.2. Poret5 Mother arrives in new York plus bedside Vigil .-i./.7 o-.,. New York a Benny kid Paret s Mother arrived in new York Friday night to be at the bedside of the former world welterweight boxing Champion an pledged i will stay Here until my son flu be getting Welt Paret Mother 56-year-old mrs. Maxima Crespo flew into id lewd Airport from Miami on the hut leg of an All Day trip from Cuba. Often she stepped off the plane the Gray Hilred woman appeared upset and bewildered. She had Only 16 in her pocket Given her by Miami Airport employees. I never wanted him to fight t will stay Here until my son willbe getting she was met by Paret s manager Manuel Alfaro and they immediately left for Roosevelt Hospital where Paret remained unconscious and in critical condition from the Savage beating at the hands ofe mlle Griffith in the 12th round of their title fight March 24, the Hospital s afternoon Bull tin on Paret s condition reported no change. He in still in a moderate Alfaro meantime was Busy de Nying remarks that he rushed Paret into a fight too soon after Benny had taken a beating from Gene Fullmer. Emile Bruneau of the National boxing association s executive committee charged thursday night in new Orleans that Alfaro was responsible for Paret s s about time someone put the blame where it belongs Sai Bruneau. A former manager and now chairman of the. Louisiana athletic commission. Manuel Al Faro is the Guy who must shoulder the , when notified of Brun eau v accusations said i deny that y wanted this fight what he says is not True. I wanted Paret not to fight anyone for another three months and then to meet Jorge Fernandez the Argentine. Methe new York athletic commis Sion denied Alfaro s statement commission chairman m e 1 v 1 n Krulewitch said Alfaro came to the commission after the second fight on sept 30 and said he would like to fight Griffith again. We did t know anything about another Griffith Paret fight said Krulewitch. Nobody applied an pressure on Alfaro. He us and then we did t see him again or talk to him for some urn my fwd by pc Foj return car income cart Waw Ness police shows from const last tended to 25, tort on by Ifor la. He pending an a that governing be endangere1il- j a eur set continued i Norm Larker we who blasted to Orlando rim of the spring"1ning to give the then Houston Starte circuit blasts. In the ninth for a 5-5 deadlock on three singles reliever Bob t starter hat wooded out the Scottsdale Chicago Cuba Tracy stallans for seventh inning anal Boston bed sox exhibition game curl Yast nehmsm Hardy each hit it for the sox. Boic four infield Chicago to a tallies. The cubs got hit. Including Murphy sad Sam the of inning. They clipped eight Monbouquette round Bat the fans then were a and. Schilling one Palm Springs a two run ninth Aby an infield single brought the los from behind to , 4-3, Friday Art Kay the. Pitcher could t get a the ninth when the twice our two walks singles Lee thou tying run and with try on third Averill Tough one bet second. Winning Pitcher sky who worked to innings Tor the an Jim Perryt � it-j1900 for Cleveland finest performance with a. Five hitter i a legs. Mel Mcgaha lifted Perry after single in the sevenths Belinsky was to the Cleveland Wax and i seven hits. The cent Southpaw showed though. It was his Ante for club in left handed Pitcher. Thev Angel eighth when Stevet ills link Spring

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