At age 89, former pro boxer Schoolboy Friedkin. Born Bernie Friedkin, he got
his nickname because of his youthful appearance. (One reason he looked so
young: He used his brother's birth certificate to sneak into Brooklyn gyms when
he was 14.) The 5'6" featherweight and lightweight didn't win many big
fights—he was never a world champ—but he didn't lose many either. In the late
1930s and early '40s Friedkin, whose record was 48-11-16, fought three former
world champs to draws.