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Collection TitleCL 80 Al Mallette PapersCreatorChemung County Historical Society
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Newspaper clipping, Change of Pace By Al Mallette. Carmens's Last Stand, at the Boston Gardens.Newspaper Clipping060404
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Elmira Viewers Critical, Stunned. Its a disgrace to boxing, Joe Louis spouting off and scowling Sonny Lipton.Newspaper Clipping060405
Newspaper clipping, by Al Mallette, Change of Pace. The Story of 'Slapsie'. Maxie Rosenbloom played a role of a press agent named Slapsie in the Corning Summer Theater.Newspaper Clipping060406
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette Change of Pace, Can Mr Harris Fight? Floyd Patterson against Roy Harris in Los Angeles.Newspaper Clipping060407
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, Bizarre Reign. Carnera Clay's death wrote the final chapter to as bizarre heavy weight boxing reign. Carnera won the crown from Jack Sharkey June 29, 1933.Newspaper Clipping060408
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, MSG Memories. Every sports fan has a memory of Madison Square Garden. Joe Louis' first Garden Fight December 13, 1935, against Spaniard Paulino Uzcudun.Newspaper Clipping060409
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette April 25. Top Local Boxer Enter In 36th NH Tournament. Amateur boxing returns to Elmira the 36th annual Neighborhood House Tournament.Newspaper Clipping060410
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1961 Change of Pace. Tis a Really Big Day. There was a day,though when big time boxing was held on St. Patrick's Day. In Dublin March 17, 1923 McTigue battered Siki the champ.Newspaper Clipping060411
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette September 24, 1962, Change of Pace. Fight? We Wuz Robbed. Sonny Liston's knockout of Floyd Patterson.Newspaper Clipping060412
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette Change of Pace October , 1962. Sunday Shots. Tony Canzoneri put Singer to sleep the first round November 14, 1930.Newspaper Clipping060413
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette, October , 1962, Sunay Shots Tony Canzoneri put Singer to sleep in first round November 14, 1930. Newspaper Clipping060413
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December, 1960. Sunday Shots. Joe Natro thinking about getting back into boxing business.Newspaper Clipping060414
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 24, 1964, The Toy Bulldog Mickey Walker of National Distilleries sending the former Toy Bulldog to Elmira for the VOA Boxing and Physical Fitness show. Mickey against Jack Sharkey July 23, 1931.Newspaper Clipping060415
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 4, 1965. Marty Servo. Marty flattened Cochrane at the Garden to win the welter-weight title. February 1, 1946.Newspaper Clipping060416
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 14, 1966. Chuck Jennings: He Talks Softly but Carries a Big Punch.Newspaper Clipping060417
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 14, 1968. Jersey Bouncer. Jersey Joe Walcott. September 23, 1952 Jersey Joe defended his title against Rocky Marciano.Newspaper Clipping060418
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 30, 1972. Irish Pride. Pride of the Irish Billy Conn coming to Elmira for the All-Sports Party February 7, at Elmira College.Newspaper Clipping060419
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette February 3, 1974. Steve Halaiko, Art Sykes, George (Cyclone) Williams, three famous names will be honored February 13, as charter entrants into Elmira's Boxing Hall of Fame. Floyd Patterson will be one of the principal speakers honoring Sykes and Halaiko.Newspaper Clipping060420
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 26, 1975. The Rock. Rocky Bob Barbella lower Eastside New Yorker street fighter AWOl from the Army changed his name to Rocky Graziano and became instant success. Well almost. Once Rocky paid his debt success came in a hurry.Newspaper Clipping060421
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1980. June 20, no one who witnessed Friday's Brawl in Montreal between Roberto Duran and Sugar Ray Leonard will forget which Duran won.Newspaper Clipping060422
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette November 1980. Change of Pace. Boxing's return bouts: Good and Bad.Newspaper Clipping060423
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette February 21, 1982. Flashback, Clittenden recalls classic ring brawl. In twenty plus years of baseball, football competition, Clittenden only once received a newspaper headline and that was for Boxing.Newspaper Clipping 060424
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette June 1982. Change of Pace. Holmes taught Cooney a lesson.Newspaper Clipping060426
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983, Change of Pace. Dempsey' film could have been much better. Pior to World War 1 became a national hero. World War 11 service career as a lt. Commander in the Coast Guard or his famous Jack Dempsey's restaurant.Newspaper Clipping060427
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983. Four gain Elmira boxing Hall of Fame. Loring Sherman, Frank Ziegler, Bill Stone and the late Bill Van Tassell.Newspaper Clipping060428
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