European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 3 1957, Page 18

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 3, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse The staks and Stuss Robinson Kos Fullmer in 5th to regain title by Jack Cuddy Chicago sugar Ray Robinson joined the ring immortals wednes Day night by winning the world middleweight championship for an unprecedented fourth time with a terrific left Hook to the Chin that knocked out the previously on stopped Gene Fullmer at of the fifth round in Chicago Robinsons upset Victory was the most glamorous of his amazing 17year he went into the ring an Mader Dof at 31 against the rugged Utah battering who had out pointed him decisively for the is Pound Crown at new Tofit last january the knockout came with incredibly unexpected for the 36yearold Man appeared to tiring in fifth found just before he landed the left Book that ended the Battle in spectacular fashion before a near capacity the Skye armed mining who never had been stopped la his previous 44 Tom Brand been floored but three was sideways to the where he landed on his Knees and then slithered to hts he tried to Rise and had pushed himself partially the at Hogan looms As favorite in colonial meet fort favourites were plentiful but most eyes were on Ben Hogan wednes Day As Many of the nations top golfers fired last tuneup for the colonial National invitation fort Golf was looked upon As the Man to beat As the re suit of a couple of one underpay Over the waterlogged Colo Nial country dub course the experts picked Dow Fin the consistent Money Winner from the to bag top prize but that was several Days since Hogan put together the two amazing rounds under the most trying of some looked toward noted mudder Gary and a Hal dozen but All expected that the Man who wins continued paps 8sj Hogan the the count of but then slumped Forward again Frank Sukhera waved the full 10 count Over Fullmer then rolled Over onto to Side and fete am assisted him to hit feet who weighed pounds to rom sons ahead on Points on the score sheets of All three ring officials by uniform 19 Robinsons Victory not Only made hint the Only fighter in any weight la tins history to win the same world championship four but it also assured Jupi Rich title defense against welterweight Champion Carmen Basilica in june or it was a Luck break financially for slender purse was tagged wednesday with tax Lien by the internal Revenue the attendance was and the Gross Gate the Gate was smaller than that of of lob paid by fans for Lite january fight in new the net Gate was of which each tighter gets 38 we cent in each will receive 30 per cent of the Turadio fee of each should receive approximately it was fullers largest Bat one of the hags user drawn sports Derby festivities open in Louisville As crowd arrives Louisville up this ordinarily conservative old Ohio River Day was Debonair As a riverboat Gambler thursday with the final festivities preceding saturdays 83d running of the Kentucky Der by the nearly two hour Long Pegasus commemorating the horse in history and was scheduled to begin at 8 officials expected one of the largest crowds in the cites history to View the 45float hotels which sold out Derby weekend reservations months Are jammed with thousands of some of whom Are paying up to per Day for restaurants and Dukes injury increases entries for Kentucky classic Louisville up Calumet farms Duke turned up lame wednesday with a bruised foot and even though Trainer Jimmy Jones hoped to Start the Colt saturday in the Kentucky the prob Able Field started to swell As news of the injury spread throughout the Trainer Woody Durando suspended by commission a chairman James Crowley of the Pennsylvania athletic commission announced wednesday the sus pension of Ernie n middleweight who failed to appear Here tuesday a act for a scheduled Karoo and Boot with Rocky i Durando and he manager sent word tuesday the fighter was retiring from the ring and appear against cast Hanl ride Wiffler Day offer to Alfh Tertic nn4 Lido a Fiat maa in the be Stouky Shoesm contacted by after jockey Jeta cow Kate was in i a charge infer emcee in a tawdry at Shoemaker waft to 8u Jacker room Bay preparing for Nam Wimb Nerud Shoemaker said to Wood arrive 67 plane at Longs who had said he did not think Cain Hoy stables on eyed King was ready to take on this Classy Derby said the Colt might Start then Vern part owner of mister Jive in partnership with John called from new Jersey to say they were going to Fly that Colt Down for the 83d running of americas racing Pete Anderson will ride one eyed King should the horse while Hedley Woodhouse has been engaged to handle mister Winner of the Gotham stakes but fourth in the Wood memorial Obaya reveal Bruise at first it was feared that Duke might have suffered a Bro Ken Bone but rays revealed Only one dark indicating a bad just As a guess at the moment i think he win with m Little Good Luck and if i can find the right place Sowe can relieve the pressure he will be All the Trainer Jones said he would enter Duke along with Iron Liege before the entry closes Whealey stables bold Travis round Ralph Lowes Gallant Clifford Lussky Federal Alie gris soms Shan William miners better Bee and Ada rices Indian Creek Are expected to com plete the nine horse a race track fire Tokyo a Twenty three race Horsey valued at were lost in a Midnight fire which burned two stables to the ground at Tokyo Ohi Raea track Nineteen other were downtown streets Are jammed with tourists and track followers All discussing their favourites Condi Tion and Derby some 26 special Derby including the annual millionaires special of Tex is oilmen from fort began rolling presenting a special parking problem at the two downtown rail other trains Are made up at Mem new Cin new new Indianapolis and other adding to the pre Derby fun was the arrival of an embassy from which set up head quarters in a downtown hotel and served Chicory Coffee at an open ambassadors heading the Louisiana delegation were and Earl self styled ambassadors to Ken bands from the University of the University of Louis Ville and possibly Indiana univer sity will replace the Knox Mil itary band Derby Day at Churchill the it Knox band was forbidden to participate in ceremonies at the Downs by an army directive is sued at Washington last members of the armed forces May take part in other festivities accompanying the the directive was issued by the Pentagon after Adverse publicity forced the cancellation of a Mil itary firepower demonstration for congressmen scheduled Over the Derby Monzante departs to join giants api Pitcher Ramon Monzante left by plane tuesday for new York to join the new York Monzante missed Spring training this year because of the illness of his who died be confessed that he was Over weight and not Sharp but said he expected to regain his form within two Redlegs Edge in 16inning tilt Philadelphia up Wally Post batted in two runs with one out in the 16th inning wednesday night to give the Cincinnati red legs an 85 Victory Over the Phil Adelphia Phillies in the longest game of the Young major league season which stretched out four hours and 36 posts Gam winning single off Post Rookie Dick the third of three Phyllie and made Warren the fifth of six re leg the win Roy Mcmillan opened the 16th inning rally with a single off shortstop Johnny Kennedy and Smoky Burgess followed with a Pinch single to Johnny Temple sacrificed and Post singled to left to score both the game turned into a thriller after the sixth when the Phillies rallied to tie the score at then they came Back with two runs to tie it up again after Cincinnati scored twice in the each team scored single runs in the Cincinnati left two men on base in the As it did in the and had two on in the until a double play Cut them Hoak homers Don Hoak put the Redlegs in front with a two run Homer in the which Willie Jones matched for the Cincinnati went ahead la the third when Frank Robinson singled and later scored when Pete Whisenant hit a sacrifice but Bac Toback doubles by de Bouchee and Jones tied it for the phils in the Cincinnati again went ahead with two runs in the eighth on a walk to a double by Hal Jeffcoat and a single by Post the whose base running has been fantastic at blew an Opportunity to win in the eighth when two base hits in succession became nothing More than a double Stan Lopata Harvy had Dix ran Lor him As the big catch or injured Hia foot and then Bou Chee singled to right the Plute first baseman made too wide a was Cut Down at first and then Haddix was doubled trying to Hacker won his first game As a re leg to make his recent it was Farrell Al first Bonacore on 99 re took the Lions share of f stores on pays the loot m new York in january and wound up with but who was sacrificing Money for the title got Only in the earner fight Fullmer went into the ring a heavy favorite of Vaast Imus Victory Over sugar say tit Madison Square Garden and be cause he scaled two pounds Mart than he did and that extra poundage was supposed to make Young Gene More powerful than in the new York fight Robinson upset an expectations by first fighting a very smart Battle second by Trad ing the left Hook that he had Beta sharpening for weeks in in the january Robinson made the mistake of leading into Fullmer with left jabs and rotting the lad from West on Page 99 Gettysburg Back coach Burg College has announced appointment of Howard shoe head football coach at Gettysburg High As Backfield pirates Trade Watts for baker9 Fandy Brooklyn Chicago cubs moved to bolster the weakest attack it the National league wednesday when they traded first baseman Dee Fondy and infielder Gene Baker to the Pittsburgh pirates for outfielder Lee Walls and Flatt baseman Dale cubs Vic president c h a r 3 by Grimm said it was a straight player Deal and that no Cash was we made the Deal to get some said we needed someone to drive in in hues manager Bobby Bragan said the acquisition of Baker will give the Best in Field since i came to Pittsburgh last he said Baker would play with Dick Groat switching to and Bill Mazer Oski and Frank Thomas remaining at and first respect i know of Bakers talents from Pacific coast Bragan i was managing Holly Wood when Baker played for los a 31yearold native of played second base for the cubs for four years on pay it

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