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September 20, 1957 - Image 6

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'It'lilb ltkICkkiAIN DAILY

Moore Risks Ring Title
With Anthony Tonight
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-Archie Moore system will be used-the winner
will meet Tony Anthony for the a round gets 10, the loser nine
world light heavyweight cham- wless.
pinhl eetonight. Moore won the light heavywei
pionship here tngt championship in St. L ouis Dec.:
Moore, the distinguished antique 1952, in 15 rounds with Jc
from California, puts his world Maxim.
championship up for the sixth
time and it might just happen
that the boyish Anthony of New
York will take it.
Nationally Televised
The two go into the ring at
Olympic Auditorium for 15 rounds
or less in a NBC nationally tele-
vised fight. It will begin at 9 p.m.+ -
Eastern Standarc Time.
Moore, a remarkable man of
more than 40, will be engaging in
his 186th professional match. An-
thony, who has had but 35 pro
fights, was not quite two years old
when Moore stepped into the ring
for the first time.
About Even
The two will probably answer
the bell at about even money, with
Moore possibly a slight favorite.
The 10-point-per-round scoring

GARY PRAHST
... leg improves

"very fair and attractive." It of-
fered land, money and oil and
mineral rights to O'MalIey if he
would bring his team to the Cali-
fornia city.
The truth is that O'Malley does
not expect the Board of Estimate
to approve the plan offered by
millionaire Nelson A. Rockefeller,
Wednesday, whereby he would lend
financial aid to the city and to
O'Malley in the Dodger's efforts to
get land in downstown Brooklyn
on which to build a new stadium.
Fed Up'
"The board has had 24 hours to
ccnsider the proposal," the in-
formant said, "and so far it has
done nothing. O'Malley is tired!
and fed up with this kind of vacil-
lating."

Torpid Wins
IJug' Classic
DELAWARE, Ohio QP)-Torpid,
the sensational bay colt, won the
12th annual Little Brown Jug
race yesterday in straight heats.
The race carried a $73,528
purse, and was strictly for 3-yr.-
olds. Torpid is owned by the Sher-/
wood Farm of Irvington, N.J.

NEW STUDENTS
A cordial invitation to DINNER,
with brief PROGRAM and RECREATION
is extended to you by
The CONGREGATIONAL & DISCIPLES GUILD
This evening, September 20
at
The First Congregational Church, William & State Sts.
Reservations limited . . . Call by 2 o'clock
NO 2-5 189

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