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Joe Louis and His Record in 55 Ring Contests

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1934

Oct. 9--Jorge Brescia, New York.. K.O. 3 July 4-Jack Kracken, Chicago

K.O. 1 Dec. 14-Eddle Sinms, Cleveland.. K.O. 1 July 11--Willie Davies, Chicago,

K.O. 3

K.O. July 29-Larry Udall, Chicago.

2

1937

Won Aug. 13-Jack Kranz, Chicago.

8

Jan 11-Stanley Ketchell, Buffalo. K.O. 2 Aug. 27 Buck Everett, Chicago.

K.O. 2
Jan. 27-Bob Pastor, New York..

Won 10 Sept. 11

K.O.
Otto Barchek, Detroit
Feb. 17

4 Natie Brown, Kansas City

K.O.

10 Sept. 25--Adolph Wiater, Chicago. 1. Won

#June 22

K.O. 8

James J. Braddock, Chicago
Oct. 24Art Sykes, Chicago.

K.O.
8 Aug. 30

-Tommy Farr, New York, ..., Won 15 Oct. 30-Jack O'Dowd, Detroit

K.O. 2

1938 Nov. 14-Stanley Poreda, Chicago. K.O. 1

23-Nathan Mann, New York. K.O. 3 Nov. 30-Charley Massera, Chicago K.O. 3

Apr. 1 Harry Thomas, Chicago. K.O. 5 Dec. 14--Lee Ramage, Chicago.

K.O. 8

June 22-Max Schmeling, New York... K.O. 1 1935 Jan. 4Patsy Perroni, Detroit.

Won 10

1939 Jan. 11- Hans Birkie, Pittsburgh K.O. 10 Jan. 25-John Henry Lewis, New York K.O. 1

K.O. Feb. 21-Lee Ramage, Los Angeles.

2 Apr. 17 Jack Roper, Los Angeles.. K.O. 1 Mar 8-Red Barry, San Francisco K.O. 3 June 27 Tony Galento, New York.. K.O. 4 Mar. 29 Natie Brown, Detroit. Won 10 Sept. 20 Bob Pastor, Detroit..

K.O. 11 Apr. 12 Roy Lozier, Chicago..

K.O. 3

1940 Apr. 22 Biff Bennett, Dayton, O.. KO. 1

Feb.

9 Arturo Godoy, New York, Won 15 Apr. 25 koscoe Toles, Flint. Mich K.O. 6

Mar. 29 Johnny Paychek, New York..K.O. 2 May

K.O. 3-Willie Davies, Peoria, II.

2

June 20-- Arturo Godoy, New York. K.O. 8 May

7.
Gene Stanton, K'l'm'zoo, Mich, K.O. 3

Dec. 16-Al McCoy, Boston....

K.O. 6 June 25 Primo Carnera, New York.. K.O. 6 Aug. 7 King Levinsky, Chicago.... K.O. 1

1941 Sept. 24-Max Baer, New York

K.O. 4 Jan. 31-Red Burman, New York.. K.O. 5 Dec. 13-Paulino Uzcudun, N. Y. C.. .K.O. 4 Feb. 17 Gus Dorzzio, Philadelphia. K.O. 2 1936 Mar. 21 Abe Simon, Detroit.

K.O. 13 Jan. 17-Charley Retzlaft, Chicago K.D. 1 Арг.

8 Tony Musto, St. Louis

K.O. June 19-Max Schmeling. New York.. K.O. by 12 May 23--Buddy Baer, Washington, K.O. 8 Aug. 17-Jack Sharkey, New York......K.O. 3 June 18-Billy Conn, New York

K.O. 13 Sept. 22-- Al Ettore, Philadelphia........K.O. 5 Sept. 29-Lou Nova, New York... K.O. 6

Louis was born May 13, 1914, in Lexington, Alabama.
Recapitulation-Bouts, 55; knockouts, 47; won, 7; knocked out by, 1.

1 HISTORY OF HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP BOUTS 1889-July 8--John L. Sullivan beat Jake Kil- 1923-Sept. 14Jack Dempsey knocked out Luis rain, 75 rounds, Richbourg, Miss. (Last champion- Firpo, 2 rounds, New York City. ship bare knuckle bout.)

*1926-Sept. 23--Gene Tunney beat Jack Demp*1892-Sept. 7-James J. Corbett defeated John sey. 10 rounds, decision, Philadelphia. L. Sullivan, 21 rounds, New Orleans. (Used big 1927-September 22-Gene Tunney beat Jack gloves.)

Dempsey, 10 rounds, decision, Chicago. 1894--Jan. 25-James J. Corbett beat Charley 1928--July 26—Gene Tunney knocked out Tom Mitchell, 3 rounds, Jacksonville, Fla.

Heeney, 11 rounds, Yankee Stadium, New York; *1897-March 17-Bob Fitzsimmons

defeated he announced, shortly after that, his retirement James J. Corbett, 14 rounds, Carson City, Nev.

from the ring. *1899-June 9--James J. Jeffries beat Bob Fitz

1930—June 12--Max Schmeling of Germany desimmons, 11 rounds, Coney Island, N. Y.

feated Jack Sharkey, Boston, in fourth round when 1899-Nov. 2-James J. Jeffries beat Tom Shar. Sharkey fouled Schmeling in a bout which was

generally considered to have resulted in the eleckey, 25 rounds, Coney Island, N. Y. 1900-James J. Jeffries knocked out James J.

tion of a successor to Gene Tunney.

*1932-June 21-Jack Sharkey defeated Max Corbett, 23 rounds, May 11, Coney Island, N, Y.

Schmeling, 15 rounds, decision, New York. 1902-July 25-James J. Jeffries knocked out

*1933--June 29--Primo Carnera knocked out Jack Bob Fitzsimmons, 8 rounds, San Francisco, Cal.

Sharkey, six rounds, New York, N. Y. 1903-Aug 14--James J. Jeffries knocked out

*1931June 14--Max Baer knocked out Primo James J. Corbett, 10 rounds, San Francisco. Cal.

Carnera, eleven rounds, New York, N. Y. 1901 Aug. 26-James J. Jeffries knocked out *1935-June 13-James J. Braddock defeated Jack Munroe, 2 rounds, San Francisco, Cal.

Max Baer, in 15 rounds, at New York City. (Judge's 1905 ---James J. Jeffries retired, July 3 Marvin decision.) Hart knocked out Jack Root, 12 rounds, Reno. *1937--June 22-Joe Louis knocked out James J. Jeffries refereed and presented the title to the Braddock, 8 rounds, Chicago. Victor, Jack O'Brien also claimed the title.

1937-Aug. 30-Joe Louis defeated Tommy Farr, 1906-Feb. 23 - Tommy Burns defeated Marvin

15 rounds (Judge's decision), New York. Hart 20 rounds, Los Angeles, Cal.

1938-June 22--Joe Louis knocked out Max 1907-May 7-Tommy Burns knocked out Bill Schmeling, one round, New York City. Squires, 1 round, Colina, Cal. * 1908. Dec. 25-Jack Johnson stopped Tommy H. Lewis. I round, New York.

1939-January 25-Joe Louis knocked out John Burns, 14 rounds, Sydney, Australia. Police halied

1939-April 17--Joe Louis knocked out Jack contest.

Roper, 1 round, Los Angeles. 1909-July 4-Jack Johnson knocked out Stanley 1939-June 27--Joe Louis knocked out Tony GaKetchell, 12 rounds, Colma, Cal.

lento, 4 rounds, New York. 1910—July 4-Jack Johnson knocked out Jim

1939-September 20---Joe Louis knocked out Bob Jeffries, 15 rounds, Reno, Nev. (Jeffries came back | Pastor. 11 rounds, Detroit. from retirement).

1910-February 9-Joe Louis defeated Arturo 1912-July Jack Johnson won on points from Godoy in fiiteen-round bout by decision, New York. Jim Flynn, 9 rounds, Las Vegas, N. M., (contest 1940-March 29-Joe Louis knocked out Johnny stopped by police).

Paycheck, 2 rounds, New York. 1914-June 27--Jack Johnson won from Frank 1940-June 20--Joe Louis knocked out Arturo Moran, 20 rounds, Paris.

Godoy, 8 rounds, New York. * 1915 - April 5-Jess Willard knocked out Jack 1910 --Dec. 16--Joe Louis knocked out Al McCoy. Johnson. 26 rounds, Havana. Cuba.

6 rounds, Boston, 1916 - March 25-Jess Willard beat Frank Moran, 1911-Jan. 31--Joe Louis knocked out Red 10 rounds (no decision), New York City.

Burman, 5 rounds, New York, * 1919--July 4 Jack Dempsey knocked out Jess 1911-Feb. 17--Joe Louis knocked out Gus Willard, Toledo (Willard failed to answer bell for Dorazio, 2 rounds, Philadelphia. fourth round).

1941--March 21-Joe Louis knocked out Abe 1920-Sept. 6-Jack Dempsey knocked out Billy Simon, 13 rounds, Detroit. Miske, 3 rounds, Benton Harbor, Mich,

1941--April 8-Joe Louis knocked out Tony 1920-Dec. 14-Jack Dempsey knocked out Bill Musto, 9 rounds. St. Louis. Brennan, 12 rounds, New York City.

1941-May 23-Joe Louis knocked out Buddy 1921-July 2---Jack Dempsey knocked out Georges Baer, 8 rounds**, Washington, D. C. Carpentier, 4 rounds, Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey 1941-- June 18-Joe Louis knocked out Bills City

Conn. 13 rounds, New York, 1923-July 4-Jack Dempsey won on points from 1941-Sept. 29-Joe Louis knocked out Lou Nova, Tom Gibbons, 15 rounds, Shelby, Mont.

6 rounds, New York. • Title changed hands. **Referee disqualified Baer because seconds refused to leave ring at start of eighth round.

Boxing Results in 1941 Space permits the recording of only the more important bouts. The results are as appearing in public prints and the Almanac assumes no responsibility for the data. Date Winner Loser Rds. Place Date Winner Loser

Rds. Place Jan. 3 B. Soose. T Mauriello...10 New York May 26 B. Soose B. Knox.. 8 Pittsburgh Jan. 7 S. Belloise J. Kaplan 2 New York May 28 T. Zale

A. Hostak 2 Chicago Jan. 10 T. Zale. B. Manakos... 10 Chicago June 9A. Simon P. Tamalonis, 2 New York Jan. 10L, Nova. P. Comiskey .10 New York June 9 K. Overlin E. Charles 10 Cineinnsti Jan. 11 D. Day

N. Castiglione. 1 Chicago June 9B. Ivy. J. Archibald. .10 Providence Jan. 13 L. Salica. T. Forte.. 15 Philadel. June 16 L. Salica. T. Forte.. 15 Philadel Jan. 14 A. Christ'dis M. Bettina. 15 Cleveland June 16 A. Simon D. Turner 6 New York Jan, 17 F. Zivic C. Armstrong.12 New York June 16 P. Comiskey B. Ritchie 1 Pittsburgh Jan. 21 K. Overlin T. Cisco.. 10 Washingt. June 18 J. Louis. B. Conn

13 New York Jan. 26 W. Nausel. A. Hauser 9 Berlin, G. June 24 S. Angott H. Hurst 10 Toronto Jan. 27 E. Petrin. A. MacCul- Toronto, July 1 R. Lemos. P. Scalzo 5 Los Angeles

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5 Canada July 2 F. Zivic. A. Davis 10 New York Jan. 31 J. Louis C. Burman 5 New York July 9 T. Mauriello S. Manakos. 9 New York Feb. 3 K. Overlin J. Munley 10 Allentown July 11 B. Soose. T. Celli

2 Cleveland Feb. 3 D. Day

B. Marquart 10 Chicago July 11 J. Louis. J. Robinson.. 1 Minneapol. Feb. 3J. Thompson A. Simon. 10 Baltimore July 14F, Zivic. J. Barbara 12 Philadel. Feb. 7 B. Soose. E. Vigh 10 New York July 21 R. Robinson S. Angott.. 10 Philadel. Feb, 14 G. Serean, P. Scalzo. 8 Hollywood July 22 M. Bettina. C. Burman 10 New York Feb. 17 M. Belloise E. Rightmire.. 10 Baltimore July 22 P. Comiskey. H. Cooper. 10 New York Feb. 17 J. Louis G. Dorozio... 2 Philadel. July 22 L. Savold. S. Krieger. 10 New York Feb. 21T. Zale S. Manakos... 14 Chicago July 23 T. Zale 0. Harris

1 Chicago Feb. 21 A, Hostak, G. Burnette... 1 Chicago July 23 B. Pastor. T. Thompson. 10 Hollywood Feb. 21 J. Webb. T. Tucker. 9 New York July 29 F. Cochrane. F. Zivic 15 New York Feb. 21 B. Conn J. Hughes 4 Clarksburg July 29 M. Brown. J. Webb.

2 Pittsburgh Feb. 28 L. Jenkins. L. Ambers. 7 New York July 30 G. Abrams.. B. Soose, 10 New York Mar. 3 B. Pastor. M. Allano. 6 Newark

Aug 4 J. Brady J. Patterson... 15 Glasgow, Mar. 5 T. Yarosz. J. Bivins 10 Cleveland

Scotland Mar. 7 B, Conn. D. Hassett... 5 Washingt. Aug 4L. Jenkins. J. Lodda. 3 New York Mar. 7L. Trans

Aug. 8L. Salica.. H. Hook 10 New York parenti L. Salica. 10 Baltimore Aug. 12 H. Bobo. L. Savold.. 2 Pittsburgh Mar. 8 B. Soose E. Vigh. 12 New York Aug. 18 K. Overlin. J. Marmon. 3 Augusts Mar. 9 M. Bettino. B. Knox. 5 Miami Aug. 20 D, Castil

Montreal, Mar. 9 P. Comiskey D. Valin.. 1 Mlarni

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M. Berger 10 Canada Mar.14 T. Mauriello, S. Belloise 1 New York Aug. 21 F. Apostoli. B. MacDowell. 2 Nortolk Mar. 16 T. Morgan.. R. Mc Laugh- Melbourne Aug. 26 G. Lesvneich. T. Mauriello.. 15 New York

15 Aust. Aug 26 R. Lemos... J. Archibald.. 10 Los Angeles Mar.18 B. Ruffin M. Belloise, 8 New York Aug, 27 K. Overlin. J. Young 8 Bridgeport Mar. 18 F. Zivic. S. Turiello. 10 Pittsburgh Aug. 27 B. Beckwith. C. Burman, , 10 Chicago Mar 20 F. Zivic, F. Garcia. 2 Baltimore Aug. 27 M. Bettina... P. Valentino. .10 San Franc. Mar.21 Joe Louis A. Simon. 13 Detroit Sept. 11 K. Overlin.. Y. Crawford.. 3 WinstonMar.28 K. Overlin L. Kellum 4 Barre, Vt.

Salem Apr. 1 K. Overlin H. Massey 10 Lancaster Sept.11 C. Wright. J. Archibald 11 Washingt. Apr. 1A. Hostak. B. Brown.. 3 Seattle Sept.13 Y. Hurtado M. Sanchez. ,.10 Balboa, Apr. 4L. Nova.. M. Baer. 8 New York

C. Z. Apr. 4 B. Conn G. Barland 8 Chicago Sept. 15 F. Zivic.. M. Aron. 5 Pittsburg! Apr. & J. Louis T. Musto 9 St. Louis Sept. 15 B. Soose C. Garcia 8 Los Angeles Apr. 8 T. Mauriello. W. O'Conner.. 6 New York Sept.15 H. Jeffra.. L. TransApr. 8 B. Baer T. Galento. 7 Washingt.

parenti. 12 Baltimore Apr. 8 A, Christ'dis. S. Colonello... 5 Baltimore Sept. 17 L. Savold. L. Brookes 6 Wilmingt. Apr. 8 P. Comiskey. J. Merritt. 3 Atlanta Sept. 19 S. Angott L Sheppard 1 Akron Apr. 18 M. Kaplan.. F. Zivic 10 Boston Sept.29 J. Louis L. Nova

6 New York Apr. 25 L. Salica... L. Trans

Oct. 6F. Cochrane. L. Jenkins 10 New York parenti

15 Baltimore Oct. 20 L. Franklin A. Simon. 5 Cleveland May 2F. Zivic T. Marteliano.10 New York Oct. 31 R. Robinson. F. Zivic

10 New York May 6 A. Hostak. A. Sabatino... 1 Seattle Nov. 3 D. Young.... L. Salica, 10 Honolulu, May 9 B. Soose K. Overlin....15 New York

H. I. May12 J. Archibald. H. Jeffra.. 15 Washingt. Nov. 3 S. Belloise.. J. Fiorello... 8 White May 16 B. Mont.

Plans gomery J. Jenkins 10 New York Nov. 4 P. Scalzo N. Liftin

8 New York May 22 G. Lesnevich. A. Christo'dis 15 New York Nov. 14 G. Lesnevich. T. Mauriello.. 15 New York May 23 J. Louis. B. Bacr

7 Washingt. Nov. 18 J. Wilson. Richle temos. 12 10 Angeles May 25 E. Roderick. R. McIntyre Liverpool, Nov. 21 K. Overlin Al Hostak 10 New York

England Nov, 28 T. Zale. IG. Abrains. 15 New York

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Golden Gloves Championships, 1941

Inter-City Championships, Chicago vs. New York. Chicago, Ill., March 26, won by Chicago, 10 bouts to 6, including alternates contests.

112-POUND CLASS Alternate-Eugene Joyce, Gary, Ind.. defeated Gus Levine, Dublin, Ga.

Championship ---Diogenes Leon, San Juan, Puerto Rico. defeated Harold Dade, Chicago.

118-POUND CLASS Alternate--Ray Brown, Chicago, defeated Johnny Aiello, Wilmington, Del.

Championship--Richard Menchaca, Port Arthur. Texas, defeated Lester McGowan, Buffalo, N. Y.

126-POUND CLASS Alternate-Phil Brown, Gillespie, Ill., defeated Robert McQuillan, Buffalo, N. Y.

Championship-Jack Haley. Kansas Cityde. feated Charles Davis, New York.

135- POUND CLASS Alternate-Willie Smith, New York, defeated Emmett Grier, Detroit.

Championship-Johnny Green, Buffalo, N. Y.. defeated Tommy Campbell, Moline. Ill.

147-POUND CLASS Alternate-Morris Corona, Port Arthur, Texas, defeated Eddie Saunders, New York.

Championship-Robert Burns, Fort Wayne, Ind.. defeated Charles Burley, Wilmington, Del.

160-POUND CLASS Alternate-Al Tribuani, Wilmington, Dei..

knocked out Robert Satterfield, Chicago, in first

round.

Championship-Charles Hayes, Ferndale, Mich.. defeated Berlie Lanier, Philadelphia.

175-POUND CLASS Alternate-Danny Cox, New York, defeated Ray Sandifer, Wichita, Kan.

Championship-Hezzie Williams, Chicago, defeated Louis Brooks, Wilmington, Del.

HEAVYWEIGHT CLASS
Alternate Al Jordan, Kansas City. defeated
John Vetcher, New York.

Championship--Timothy Still, Newark, N. J.. defeated Clayton Worlds, Chicago.

Eastern Championships, New York City, March 3.

112 lbs.--Diogenes Leon, New York, klocked out Ralph McNeil. Newark, in 2:50 of the first round.

118 lbs.-Lester McGowan, Buffalo, defeated Warren Dean, Richmond.

126 lbs.--Charles Davis, New York, defeated Robert McQuillan, Buffalo.

135 lbs.-Johnny Green, Buffalo, knocked out Joseph (Red) Vernon, Washington, in 1:43 of the second round.

147 lbs. ---Charley Burley, Philadelphia, defeated Nick Latsios, Washington.

160 lbs.-Berlie Lanier, Philadelphia, defeated Eddie Pagan, Syracuse.

175 lbs.--Louis Brooks, Philadelphia, defeated Danny Cox, New York.

H-avyweight-Henry Allen, Philadelphia, defeated Tins il, New::k.

Amateur Boxing in 1941

National A. A. U. Championships, Boston, Mass.,
March 31 - April 2.

112 lbs.-L. Torpey, Philadelphia, Pa..
118 lbs.-R. Brown, Chicago, Ill.
126 ibs.-F. Leonard Taunton, Mass.
135 lbs.-T. Mover, Portland, Ore.
147 lbs. --D. Andrews. Lovell Mass.
160 lbs.-J. Mulligan. Lowell. Mass.
175 lbs. -S. Bell. Wilberforce. O
Heavyweight-R. Kinney. Hartman, Ark.

National Collegiate A. A. Championships, State
College, Pa, March 27-29.

120 lbs. -T. Kara, Idaho.
127 lbs.-F. Kara. Idaho.
135 lbs.-G. Rankin, Wisconsin.

145 lbs.--E. Tobiasson, California A. & M.
155 lbs.-R. Belaire, Louisiana S. U.
166 lbs.-L. Erickson, Idaho.
175 lbs.-P. Scally, Penn State.
Heavyweight-L, Campbell, Southwestern L. 1
Eastern Intercollegiate Boxing Association Cham-
pionships, Syracuse, N. Y., March 7-8.

120 lbs.-J. Roland. Syracuse.
127 lbs.-M. Fahey, Syracuse.
135 lbs.-R. Pedan, Army.
145 lbs.-L. Schoff, Syracuse,
155 lbs.-M. McGarity. Coast Guard.
165 lbs.-F. Somerville, Virginia.
175 lbs.-A. Woyeisjes, Syracuse.
Heavyweight-S. Maribito. Syracuse.

Contract Bridge Championships, 1941

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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Mixed Pairs Mrs. R. C. Young, Bywood. Pa.; Masters' Pairs--Howard Schenken, M. D. Maler. Sidney Silidor, Oakmont, Pa. New York.

Women's Teams-Mrs. Adelaide Neuwirth, Mrs. Masters' Teams-Edward Hymes, Sam Fry, Jr., Lottie Zetosch, New York; Mrs. Helen Levy, Jersey Waldemar von Zedtwitz, New York, A. M. Barnes, City; Mrs. Wilkinson Wagar, Atlanta. Atlanta.

Amateur Teams Mr. and Mrs. William Cheeks, Masters' Individual-Lee Hazen, New York, Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wallen

dorf. Coral Gables, Fla.; H. L. Zacks, New York. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Amateur Pairs-Mrs. Sara Gross, Harrisburg Open Pairs--Mrs. A. M. Sobel, New York: Pa, Mrs. A. D. Campbell, Grantham, Pa. Charles H. Goren, Philadelphia, Vanderbilt Cup Knockout Teams--Myron Fuchs,

EASTERN STATES CHAMPIONSHIPS Robert McPherran, Sherman Stearns, New York: Open Pairs Mrs. A. M.

Sobel, New

York: John Crawford, Philadelphia,

Charles H. Goren, Philadelphia. Open Teams-Morry Glick, Harry Feinberg Open Teams-Mrs. Stuyvesant Wainwright, OsCleveland; Jeff Glick. Miami; Louis Newman, wald Jacoby, Charles Lochridge, Sherman Stearns. Washington, D. C.

New York: John Crawford, Philadelphia. Men's Pairs-Joseph E. Low, Simon Rossant, Mixed Pairs--Mrs, Phyllis Gardner, H. D. HalNew York.

stead, Brooklyn. Women's Pairs---Mrs. M. P. Rosen, Mrs. Erwin Mixed Teams-Mrs. Stuyvesant Wainright, Mrs. Seligman, New York.

William A. Tucker, Walter Malowan. Sherman Mixed Teams-Mrs. A. M. Sobel, New York: Mrs. Stearns, New York. R. C. Young. Bywood, Pa.; Charles H. Goren, Women's Pairs-Mrs. Barbara Cook, Mrs. Erwin Philadelphia Sidney Silidor, Oakmont. Pa.

Seligman, New York.

United States Soft Ball Champions

Men 1933--J. L, GIll Boosters, Chicago. 1934--Ke-Nash-A Club, Kenosha, Wis. 1935 --Crimson Coaches, Toledo, O. 1936- Kodak Park, Rochester, N. Y. 1937-Briggs Mfg. Co., Detroit. 1938-Pohlaris, Cincinnati. 1939-Boosters, Covington, Ky. 1940--Kodak Parks, Rochester, N. Y. 1941--Bendix Brakes, South Bend, Ind.

Women
1933—Great Northerns, Chicago.
1934-Hart Motors, Chicago.
1935 Bloomer Girls, Cleveland, O.
1936-National Mig. Co., Cleveland.
1937 National Mig, Co., Cleveland.
1938 Kriegs, Alameda, Calif.
1939-Kriegs, Alameda, Calif.
1940-Ramblers, Phoenix, Ariz.
1941--Higgins Midgets, Tulsa, Okla.

Chess Play and Developments in 1941

Source: Hermann Helms, Publisher American Chess Bulletin Outstanding among the chess activities during Palestine: Misva Feigin, Latvia; and Carlos 1941 were a challenge match for the national Guimard, Argentina, 012-722; Julio Bolbochan. championship, a tournament for the open cham- Argentina, 9-8. pionship of the United States Chess Federation in

Eastern Intercollegiate Chess League Individual St. Louis, the New York State championship meet

Championship-Won by Herbert Seidman, Brooklyn ing at Colgate University, and the third of the 5-2; Leo Levine, c. C. N. Y., °43, 416-28; Abe A.

College, '42, 7-0; Louis Levy, N. Y. University, 41, series of invitation tournaments in Ventnor City,

Bakst, Brooklyn College, .'42, and Stephen Shaw, N. J. Samuel Reshevsky successfully defended his State Teachers, '42, 312-312. title against Israel A. Horowitz, but had to play U. S. Championship Match--Samuel Reshevsky second fiddle to Reuben Fine, open champion, when (title-holder), 3; Israel A. Horowitz (challenger). they met in the State Tournament in Hamilton. 0; drawn, 13. In addition to the state title, Fine annexea tne Marshall Chess Club Championship-Won by championship of the Marshall Chess Club and Reuben Fine, 14-1; Frank J. Marshall, 1146-3'; finished first in St. Louis. Thus Fine fairly Sidney Bernstein and Fred Reinfeld, 11-4; Herbert monopolized the center of the stage for the past Seidman, 102-492; Edward Lasker and Harold twelve months. At Ventnor City, the honors went Sussman, 812-612; Matthew Green and Louis Levy. to Jacob Levin of Philadelphia

8-7. A total of 525 players in 75 sections entered the

Metropolitan Chess League Championship -Won Continental Jubilee Correspondence Tournament, by the Marshall Chess Club, 792-12; Manhattan open to North American players, and conducted Chess Club, 7-1, Steinitz Chess Club, 6-2. Decidby the American Chess Bulletin of New York.

ing match on 18 boards; Marshall c. C., 912; The results of the leading tournaments follow: Manhattan C. C., 872.

H, Y. P. D. College Chess League Championship U.S. Open Championship, St. Louis, Mo.- Won won by Yale, 712-12; Harvard, 412-312; Princeton, by Reuben Fine, New York, 8-1; Herman Steiner, 0-8; Dartmouth. not represented.

Los Angeles, 612-242; Weaver W. Adams, Boston, Eastern Intercollegiate Chess League Champion- 6-3, Boris Blumin, New York, 512-376. Class Aship won by Brooklyn College, 2312-415; City Col- Charles M. Burton, St. Louis, Mo., and Ward lege, 23-5; Cooper Union, and State Teachers, M. P. Mitchell, Brookline, Mass., 616-31a (tie not 19-9; N. Y. University, 12-16; St. John's, 542-2216 played off); David Ehrlich, St. Louis, 6-4. Queens and Union (Schenectady), 5-23.

Southern Championship (Atlanta, GA --Won Interscholastic Chess League Championship: tie by Louis Russell Chauvenet, Esmont, Va., 792-112: between Joseph Hidalgo, Jr., H. S. oi Commerce, Nestor Hernandez, Tampa, Fla., and A. T. Henderand Julius Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, 412-12 (not son, Lynchburg, Va., 612-214: W. W. Gibbs, Staunplayed off); Class A-A. Rubin, James Monroe. ton, Va., and W. N Woodbury, Birmingham, Ala., 6-0; W. Ballenbach, Flushing. and J. Singer. 5-4; L. Walter Stephens, New York, 412-412. Eastern District, 4-2 Consolation Class-K Invitation Masters Tournament (Ventnor City. Domovs, New Utrecht, 5'2-12; Alfred Reichenthal, N, J.)Won by Jacob Levin, Philadelphia, 612-212; Eastern District. 5-1.

Fred Reinfeld, New York, 6-3; Albert S. Pinkus. C. C. N. Y. Championship, Triple tie, at 412-212, New York, and Anthony E. Santasiere, New York, among Milton Finkelstein, '42; F. Grobman, '43: 5'8-3!2; Weaver W. Adams, Boston; Sidney Bernand L. Levine, '42.

stein, New York; and Ariel Mengarini, Washington, Manhattan Chess Club Championship Won by D. C., 412-412. Albert S. Pinkus, 692-192; Arnold S, Denker, N. Y. State Championship (Colgate University. 512-24; Jack Feldman and Jack Soudakoff, 5-3; Hamilton. N. Y.) --Won by Reuben Fine, New York, L. H. Greene, 4112-312.

8-2; Arnold S. Denker, Isaac I. Kashdan ind Women's Championship, Marshall c. C.-Hazel Samuel Reshevsky, all of New York, 7-3; Robert Allen trophy won by Miss N. May Karfr, 7-1; Mrs. Willman, New York, 612-3'2. Experts Tournament Mary Bain, 612-112: Mrs. Gisela K. Gresser, 6-2. -Sven Almgren, New York, and Abe Yanofsky.

Commercial Chess League_Championship won Winnipeg. 719-112Dr. Bruno Schmidt, Detroit, by Consolidated Edison, 32-8; Bell Telephone Labo- 7-2: Dr. Max Herzberger, Rochester, 6-3. Class A ratories, 28-12; Chase National Bank, 2612-1312; Frank Valvo, Albany,' 812-112; Julius Partos, Real Estate Board, 22-18; N. Y. Times, 25-15; Corona, and Paul Rosenzweig. New York, 712-212: Central Hanover Bank, 20-20; N Y Telephone, Steven Shaw, Albany, 7-3; Ben McCready, Jackson 16-24; Postal Telegraph, 17-23; American Tele- Heights, 512-412. Class B-Fred Eckstrom, Brookphone, 1392-262; Bankers Trust. 1392-2643: Stock lyn, and Louis Persinger. New York, 713-112; Mrs. Exchange, 692-3312.

Nanny Roos, New York, 592-392; Walter Froelich, Soviet Championship (Leningrad and Moscow)- Syracuse, 5-4. Class (_ Sidney Ross, Brookville, Won by Mikhail Botwinnik, 1372-62; Paul Keres, 812-12; George Cheney, Syracuse, 6!2-218: Henry 11-9; Vassily Smyslov, 10-10; N. Boleslavsky, 9-11. Greenfield and Maurice Wertheim, New York, 6-3;

Mar Del Plata International Tournament (Ar- F. Kingsland-Smith, Skaneateles, 512-32. Special gentina)-Won by Gideon Stahlberg, Sweden, 13-4; Class-William Cogswell, Hamilton, and Gerald Moishe Najdorf, Poland, 1212-412; Erich Eliskases, King. Oneida, 2-1. Genessee Cup-Won by Queens, Germany, 112-5'2, Ludwig Engels, Germany, and 9!2-22; Monroe, 612-51: Oneida, 5-3; Broome, Paul Frydman, Poland, 11-6; Miguel Czerniak, 412-3131 Schenectady, 216-512; Onondaga, 0-3. Four-suit and Five-suit Card Chances

FOUR-SUIT POKER
Actual Pet. of

Actual Pet, of
Number Total

Number Total Royal flush

4
.00015 Three of a kind

54,912 2.1 Straight flush

36 .0014
Two Dairs.

123.552 Four of a kind

624

.024
One pair

1,098,240 Full house

3.744
.144 Nothing

1,302.540 50.1 Flush

5,108 .197 Straight

10,200 .39
Total

2,598,960 100.0 FIVE-SUIT POKER Royal eagle spread

5
.00006 | Three of a kind

214.500 2.6 Five of a kind 13 .00016 Two pairs

429.000 5.2 Straight Bush

45
.00055
One pair

3.575.000 43.3 Four of a kind

3.900
.047 Nothing

3,984,240 48.2 Flush

6,385 .077 Full house

15.600 .189
Total

8,259,888 100.0 Straight

31,200

.378

FIVE-SUIT POKER WITH 6 CARDS
Six-card royal eagle spread

5
.000006 Three pair

286,000 .346 Six-card straight flush

40
.00005 Five-card flush.

331,300
Five-card royal spread
295 .0004 Three and two

858,000 1.0 Five of a kind

780
.0009 Five-card straight

1,278,700 1.6 Five-card straight flush 2,615 .003 Three of a kind

3,575,000 4.3 Four and two

7.800 .009
Two pairs.

10,725,000 13.0 Three and three.

7,500 .009
One pair

39,778.550 48.3 Six-card flush

8.225 .010
Nothing

25,491,300 30.9 Four of a kind

107.250

.130 Six-card straight.

140,220 .170
Total

82,598,880 100.0

42.3

Football Coach of the Year Source: The New York World-Telegram, a Scripps-Howard newspaper, conducts each year a poll to determine the outstanding football coach of the year. Under the supervision of the World-Telegram, football coaches of the country choose from their ranks the one they consider entitled to the national ranking as the football coach of the year. In 1941, 274 coaches cast their ballots. The poll has attained national standing and recognition. Year Coach School Year Coach

School 1935. Lynn Waldorf...

Northwestern 1939. Dr. Edward Anderson.. Iowa 1936. Richard Harlow.

.J. Hardvard 1940. ...Clark D. Shaughnessy Stanford 1937 Edward E. Mylin.

Lafayette
1941. ... Frank W. Leahy.

Notre Dame 1938. William F. Kern..

Carnegie Tech
The standing of the first ten choices with the point ratings in 1941 follows:
Coach and College
1st 2nd 3rd Pts. Coach and College

1st 2nd 3rd Pts. Frank Leahy, Notre Dame. 58 26 22 390 Dick Harlow, Harvard

12 18 11 125 Bernie Bierman, Minnesota 54 35 23 398

Dana X. Bible, Texas.

12 15 Earl Blaik, Army

11 116 27 16 18 201 Wallace Wade, Duke

9 7 5 71 Paul E. Brown, Ohio State.

18 18 15 159 Babe Hollingbery, Wash. State. 9 5 3 63 Homer Norton, Texas A&M.... 15 21 17 155 Don Faurot, Missouri

6 8 11 65 Only first place ballots count. In case of tie for first, second and third place votes are counted.

Conference Football Standings for 1941

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5 Michigan

3 1 Ohio State

3 1 Northwestern

4 2 Wisconsin

3 Iowa.

2 4 Purdue

1 Indiana.

1 Illinois..

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BIG SIX Missouri

5 Oklahoma

3 2 Nebraska

3 2 Kansas.

2 3 Kansas State

1 Iowa State

0 SOUTHERN

0 South Carolina.

4 Clemson

5 1 William and Mary

4 1 V. M.I.

2 Virginia Tech.

4 2 Wake Forest

4 No. Carolina State

3
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Maryland
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Citadel

0 George Washington

0 Richmond

0 6

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0 Denver..

3 1 Brigham Young

3 1 Colorado State

3 2 Colorado

3 Wyoming Utah State.

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40 61 75 105 47 81 54 93

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Points
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W. L. T.
124 32 Oregon State
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2 0
34 Washington State

3 0
101 89 Washington
116 57

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Stanford

0
117
153 Oregon.

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53 77 California

3 4 21 42 U C. L. A.

3 4 1
53 60 Southern California

2 4 1
13 114
*Montana.

1 3 0
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0 4 0
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153 19
115 35

SOUTHEASTERN
59
39 131
Mississippi State.

4 0 1
40 89
Tennessee

1 0
25 133 Georgia

3 1 1
Alabama

5 2 0
Mississippi
224 20 Vanderbilt

2 0
76 40 L. S. U.

2
159 37 Tulane

0
118 23 Georgia Tech
87
Florida,

0
73 47 Kentucky

0
134 91
Auburn...

0 4 1
70 123
83 143

MISSOURI VALLEY
61 59
Tulsa

4
6

0 0
77
Oklahoma A. and M

3 1
37

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32
Creighton

3 2 0
63 169
St. Louis.

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3
50
Washington

1 3 0
6 122
Drake.

0 3 1
17 133

SOUTHWEST 171 52 Texas A. and M

5 1 0 94 25 Texas

4 1 1
90 55 Texas Christian.

4 1 1
88
Rice

3 2 1
85 106 Southern Methodist

2 4 0 25 183 Baylor

1 46 107 | Arkansas.

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