European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 6 1957, Page 20

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 6, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse The stats and stapes demons Teaten in air Force worldwide open in card by Sid so n i Safe cot off to Mart in the air Forve boxing by inn matches on the monday Safe he How a twi ssh Chamino rom decision Fred boiling Northeast Ami Hahn ight of Orr wag by far East champs lose As All army fights begin Tkv t in 231 of the round i Cooter was it Tot us mar Van heir first round m the All urn Francis Kuil in i was it Liri Villio Kirin n to to Tiit it curd i i i who trip to l f m Anil on i t t h t r i shots Fob panthers former Pitt basketball All America end toe Walton us anti polio inoculation while left to right olympic 806meter runner Arnic it dim he nos and Mcaa wrest log championed Dewitt Watt their turn during the free Crews photo keep lakers drive starts Minneapolis up civic leaders monday named a lineman steering committee to spark a drive to raise to keep the min Neapolis lakers basketball team in Gerald appointed a hair Man of the said he hoped something Concrete could be accomplished by if a local group does not raise the Money by March owners Ben Berger and Morris Chalfen will be obliged to Honor an option Given to former baseball player Marty Marion and Milton Fisch both of Louis Marion and Fischman planned to move the team to Kansas City and their option called for them to pay for the needed a meeting of civic and business leaders monday contended that a j Complete housecleaning was needed of Laker management and the steering com Mittee was named after Charles sports editor of the min Neapolis Star and furnished background on the 10year financial history o the chairman of the rect said the lakers Best year was in when Gate receipts were he said that Berger re ported a loss of at the Gate last season and anticipated a Simija Lar deficit this j Berger has said he would sell the franchise to a Minneapolis group which would keep the team but he rejected a offer made by George m i k a former Star Center of the team and now general Heary weighs feature Eastern gloves new York heavy As furnished the main fireworks monday night in the first round of the three Day Eastern Golden gloves Champion ships which opened at Sunnyside Johnny a Newark turned in the fastest of the three Kos scored when he blasted out de Huning in of the first two rights to the jaw sent the 23yearold West Virginia Jani Tor Flat on his face for the that moved White into the Semi finals along with strapping Lee Williams of the Al winning new England squad from an Eugi from bos floored Washington sneer i Barksdail in to second round with a Rigitan left combination to jaw route to a derision in is Chung finals in Garden winners in the r 11 g h Jed flyweight classes advanced to the semifinals because of the Small Fields in their a second i round of eliminations tuesday night will determine other Semi the semifinals and Malv in All divisions will be held at Madison Square Garden wednes Day the other Kos were recorded by Bill picket new work welter and Moses Pitts Burgh middleweight a flattened Wiliiam Cordero puerto is 40 seconds of the second round with a barrage after he Sinrud his rival in a neural a grocery puerto Ricos Wencoslao Mamma a with a Uii Ort right to the jaw for the full toll in 20 seconds of the second maintain full Lowell and Pittsburgh had a full squad of eight men left after the first nights firing of 18 bouts Earh Drew six by Sand has 20 records for the was with seven followed by new York Washington Buffalo and in Tipton four Nymark and puerto Rico three my Jack one four of five bouts and Drew three Bobby trying for a b a Rifie tentative of he far Vav ii Defeated by 6th in the welterweight other results Fly Weicht k bitter atty lit Bok Usah Pac k04 Cuk 0 Artof lit 16ht am Light or attn 4tfc Arne Clef Cut am Curt St Middle ficht m Lulu of Ano Riat it to Koto Ken 1th a d heavyweight a Kod William 4tk army Neuby sets contest n of Sui Stirr ti11 f Tussy o by i flurry which Fri s Ivr to the for a no nub Ibergs Kcf Naff tar Jav take on a quintet from in a March of m the base pm at 4 tick tvs will Cost 25 h Uke a romantic tale chips mom voices approval Boston Mother of olympic Hammer throw Champion Harold Connolly says she has no of bijection to his Romance with czechoslovak Lari girl thrower but Hopes he will hurry Margaret Connolly said monday she received a Telegram from her son informing her that he was asking permission of the Czecho slovakian government to marry Olga Seech discus thrower who also went Home an olympic the two met in Melbourne during the 1356 Connolly said she thought her son and Olga would make a Lafty imagine two olympic winners getting married i never heard of such a its right oat of a ram juice Story boo i better about to if i knew Bow our country gets along with 1 dont think be very Happy about one of their a Irving As May not even let her leave in Harrison followed up Hin and with a Bevy of and to the battering on the Cooter Sank to Hia hate dog profusely Fusoni nose and the called a Jackson scored m riun4 with blows to the Botty to the Ntxo Over c the lands Tum Jot in a Acx Iuni hut failed to through when Opportunity Knix ked when Sun was Jvn for a blow Cummons suffered punish Hunt m o1isc quarters i Icett son mane vering him into the Iff Jab Moit of the in addition to of Oniris a r conferences per Northeast Frt South Wes v v riot pre n t it the Isakk in n or s bus or t ii r i in r a Tofoi v pm ill Cir plaint pm Vrat on the eope8 italian Banka Johnny the during Square Gardea but Tutti upset s ranked right their Gonul vow on a Dupreez Kos Levequ England South Light heavyweight Tommy i Defeated an eighth round technical inc out Here monday

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