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August 29, 1955

A Roundup Of The Week's News

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Mario D'Agata, 8-round KO over Luis Martinez, bantamweights, Messina, Sicily.
Don Jordan, 10-round decision over Joe Miceli, welterweights, Los Angeles.
Kenny Lane, 10-round decision over Hoacine Khalfi, lightweights, Miami Beach.
Basil Marie, 5-round KO over Dick Howard, lightweights, Halifax, N.S.
Manuel Ortiz, 3-round KO over Jose Sanchez, featherweights, Mexicali, Mex.
Oscar Pita, 10-round decision over Ernst Zetzmann, welterweights, Buenos Aires.
Orlando Zulueta, 10-round decision over Glen Flanagan, welterweights, Elmira, N.Y.

Marion Tinsley, Columbus, Ohio, 3-0 (35 draws in 40-game match) over Walter Hellman, national checkers title, Peoria, Ill.


Charley Boswell, Birmingham, Ala., with record 203 for 36 holes, National Blind Golfers Association tournament, Philadelphia.
Betty Jameson, San Antonio, with 218 for 54 holes, White Mountain women's open, Maplewood, N.H.
Carole Jo Kabler, Roseburg, Ore., 4-and-3 over Joanne Gunderson, USGA national girls' junior championship, Florence, S.C.
Billy Seanor, Bakersfield, Calif., sudden-death win over Don Bies, Hearst National junior golf championship, Los Angeles.
John (Pick) Wagner, Wilmette, Ill., with 283 for 72 holes, Great Lakes Amateur Tournament, Chicago.
General electric company's jet engine division, Cincinnati, with aggregate 567, Midwest Industrial tournament, at Canton, Ohio.


Saboteur, $16,251 Greyhound Stake (2-yr.-old trotters), 1 m., both heats, Illinois State Fair, Springfield.
Buckeye, $15,301 Little Pat Stake (2-yr.-old pacers) 1 m., 2 out of 3 heats, Illinois State Fair, Springfield.
Gratis Hanover, $13,400 Mt. Vernon trot, 1 m., by 1� lengths, in 2:09.2, Yonkers Raceway, N.Y. Sanders Russell driver.

Avis, $12,725 Old Colony Juvenile Stakes, 7 f., by neck, in 1:26 3/5, Lincoln Downs, Lincoln, R.I. Bobby Ussery up.


(Northern Lake George 88-m. stock-outboard marathon, Hague, N.Y.)

George Bodeman, Islip, N.Y., 36 class, in 2:51.15.
Craig De Wald, Reading, Pa., AU class, in 2:55.5.
James J. Savage, New Brunswick, N.J., DU class, in 2:31.4.
Chuck Whitney, Birmingham, Mich., BU class, in 2:43.30.

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