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January 10, 1955
A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
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January 10, 1955

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A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS

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Eddie Moylan of Trenton, N.J. out-stroked and outmaneuvered Defending Champion Tom Brown of San Francisco 6-0, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, won Sugar Bowl title for third time.

BOXING

Paul Andrews of Buffalo, fifth-ranking light-heavyweight protege of Joe Louis, floored No. 1 Contender Boardwalk Billy Smith three times, scored sixth-round TKO at Miami. Smith, in line for title shot after eight straight victories, was 2-1 favorite before fight, odds went to 6-5, take your pick at last minute.

Peter Mueller , clowning German middleweight, went down three times in fourth, came back swinging to KO Ernie Durando of Bayonne in seventh round at Milwaukee.

Ralph Dupas of New Orleans, clever lightweight contender, outboxed Cisco Andrade of Compton, Calif. in 10-rounder at New Orleans, ended loser's 28-fight unbeaten streak, moved nearer title bout with Lightweight Champion Jimmy Carter.

HORSE RACING

Mr. Sullivan's driving finish nosed out stablemate, Guerrero, won $29,000 California Breeders' Trial Stakes at Santa Anita, Arcadia, Calif. Willie Shoemaker , nation's leading jockey, up on Mr. Sullivan, finished 1954 with 380 winners.

Determine, Andrew J. Crevolin's little gray Kentucky Derby champion, started new year by splashing to one-length victory in $28,450 Malibu Sequet Stakes on rain-drenched track at Santa Anita.

Imbros, Crevolin's fast-moving four-year-old, equalled own track record of 1:09 for six furlongs, captured $23,900 Palos Verdes Handicap at Santa Anita. Imbros got sound ride from Johnny Longden , won by length over Berseem.

HOCKEY
Detroit Red Wings edged league-leading Montreal Canadiens 3-2 after 4-1 loss to same team, remained four points behind Canadiens, five ahead of Toronto Maple Leafs in National Hockey League. Boston Bruins and N.Y. Rangers , in battle for fourth, broke even in three-game series, each winning one, tying one.

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