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CURRENT WEEK & WHAT'S AHEAD
October 22, 1956
•15 Rounds in Chicago The long-delayed heavyweight championship fight between Archie Moore and Floyd Patterson will be held in Chicago Stadium Nov. 30. Ticket prices will be scaled for a $471,000 gate—with radio and television money added. The IBC will announce terms when contracts are signed this week.
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October 22, 1956

Current Week & What's Ahead

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•15 Rounds in Chicago
The long-delayed heavyweight championship fight between Archie Moore and Floyd Patterson will be held in Chicago Stadium Nov. 30. Ticket prices will be scaled for a $471,000 gate—with radio and television money added. The IBC will announce terms when contracts are signed this week.

•Dollars from Heaven
The major leagues, looking forward to $3,500,000 a year in World Series and All-Star Game television contracts, allocated $500,000 to the ailing minors for their "aid and betterment." The money will come from the majors' reserve fund, will go only to leagues classified AA or lower.

•Guilty and Gone
Nina Ponomaryeva, Russian discus thrower charged with shoplifting five hats in London, emerged from six weeks' seclusion in Russian Embassy and pleaded not guilty in court. Found guilty on testimony of store detectives, she paid a three guinea fine, caught the Vyacheslav Molotov for Leningrad.

•Eleven Below
Gary Middlecoff again jolted fellow golfers of the Memphis Country Club. A few weeks ago (SI, Oct. 1) they pronounced his 59 (11 under par) the ultimate low score for the club course. The other day Cary shot another 59 which, but for a putt that was two inches short, would have been 58.

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