fast-moving little Argentinian, hammered Challenger Leo Espinosa with potent
rights, knocked him down in ninth, went on to retain world flyweight title in
15-rounder before 25,000 in Buenos Aires' Luna Park.
run-of-the-mill Chicago heavyweight, surprised glass-chinned Bob Satterfield
(but not smart bettors whose late flood of money shifted odds on Satterfield
from 2�-1 to 8-5), floored his home-town rival in second and third, finished
him off with right hook in eighth round at Chicago (see page 12).
Boxing Guild and New York chapter, in particular, continued withering process
as they were hit with new blows by federal grand jury and National Boxing
Association. The developments:
New York chapter,
except for few diehards who control treasury, began to disintegrate, as most
managers resigned to comply with Commissioner Julius Hel-fand's Jan. 15
Federal grand jury
in Cleveland handed down antitrust indictments against International Guild,
President Charley Johnston and Treasurer Honest Bill Daly, Ohio Guild and its
president, Al Del Monte, accused defendants of organizing boycott of studio
television bouts, set preliminary hearing for Jan. 20.
NBA backed up
Helfand's ban on Guild, passed resolution recommending that member states
recognize suspensions imposed by New York State (see page 10).
fabulous Dons, with Bill Russell playing only part-time, romped over Santa
Clara 74-56, Fresno State 69-50 to run winning streak to 39, tying major
college mark set by LIU in 1936, then sat back to enjoy two-week rest.
unbeaten but only after Canisius forced Flyers to overcome 17-point deficit to