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Buddy Burke - Jimmy Golden
Hugh Civatti - Bobby O'Donnell
|Camden Courier-Post - August 1, 1933|
TO OPPOSE BASHARA IN WIND UP
McFarland, matchmaker for
Lucas, Whitman Park lightweight, has signed to meet Tommy Bashara, of
Norfolk, Va., in the feature bout of eight rounds. The two youngsters have
met in a couple previous bouts, Bashara winning the last encounter at
Wilmington, Del.. by a hairline decision,
Serody, clever Philadelphian is scheduled to clash with the tough Marty
Haley, of Kensington, in the eight-round semi-final. Joey
Allen, of South Camden, takes on Mike Palmer, of Philadelphia, in the
main preliminary of six rounds; Terry McGovern, of the U. S. Marine Corps,
faces Lou Heineman, of Lindenwold, in the second six-rounder; and Davey
Taylor, of Camden, collides with Mickey Shannon, of Camden.
McFarland staged his first show last Friday night and it proved a decided success. In the windup, Roxie Allen, downtown Italian, out-pointed Johnny Pepe, of Philadelphia while the four other contests resulted in clear-cut knockouts.
|Camden Courier-Post - August 3, 1933|
IN KILLING MOOOD FOR BASHARA BATTLE
home town boxing product gets an opportunity to establish himself as a
favorite with the fans tomorrow night at Grip's Pennsauken township
Whitman Park junior welterweight, is the boxer in question. Lucas is
scheduled to clash with Tommy Bashara, of Norfolk, Va., in the feature
10-rounder on the Camden Sporting Club's second weekly show. An
eight-round semi-final and three
six-rounders complete the card.
main event is expected to attract a larger crowd than attended last week's
show, as there are strained feelings between the principals, who engaged
in an eight-round draw at Norfolk about a year ago. In addition, Bashara's
brother, "Toots" twice
was awarded decisions
over Lucas in recent
months, with the result that Lucas will be in a killing mood when he again
to Anthony Georgette, Lucas' manager, Johnny is in prime physical fettle
and is determined to make his first impression on the Bashara family.
I'm partial to Lucas, but I was not alone in thinking that Johnny should
have been given the decision
over "Toots" in their last fight
at Wilmington, Delaware," Georgette said today.
the entire crowd thought Lucas had won as he dropped Bashara twice, still
the judges gave Bashara the best of it," Georgette continued. "I
guess the judges failed to take into consideration the two knockdowns
otherwise, Bashara never had a chance to win.
Lucas lost the decision and still is 'peeved' about the result. He is in
perfect shape for this fight and expects to win decisively over Tommy
despite the fact that the latter gave him a great fight last year.
is in as good shape for this fight as he was when he surprised everybody
by getting a draw with Johnny Jadick. I was 'ribbed' unmercifully for
taking the fight, but I knew that Lucas had improved greatly and also that
he was 'in the pink.'
still is 'hot' about his last bout with 'Toots' Bashara and plans to get a
measure of revenge by handing Tommy a good licking. Lucas will make a
fight of it and if Tommy also is willing to stand and fight it out, he's
likely to be on his back long before the 10th round rolls around,"
how Lucas' skipper feels about the forthcoming scrap and if Bashara, who
is fast and a good puncher, elects to stand and trade punches the fuss
should be an exciting brawl and Lucas also is clever and packs a stiff
punch in both hands.
Serody, agile Philadelphian, is billed to meet Martin Haley, of
Kensington, in the eight-round semifinal.
Joey Allen, South Camden Italian, faces Mike Palmer, of Philadelphia, in the main preliminary of six rounds. In the other two six-rounders, Lou Heineman, of Lindenwold, takes on Terry McGovern of the United States Marine Corps, and Davey Taylor, of South Camden, clashes with Mickey Shannon, another local product.
|Camden Courier-Post - August 5, 1933|
Lucas Defeats Tommy Bashara
LOCAL FIGHT RESULTS
Lucas, 139, Camden, outpointed Tommy Bashara, 140, Norfolk, Va., in 10
rally in the last two rounds enabled Johnny
blond Whitman Park junior welterweight, to gain the referee's decision
over Tommy Bashara, of Norfolk, Va., in the feature 10-rounder at Grip's
Pennsauken township open-air Arena last night.
1000 of the faithful turned out to witness the encounter.
was credited with five rounds, Bashara won four, while one was even.
However, Lucas won the ninth round by a wide margin and also won the final
round with plenty to spare. Johnny also shaded Bashara in the second,
third and sixth, while the Virginian showed to advantage in the first,
fourth, fifth and eighth rounds, with the seventh being even.
best round was the ninth in which he belabored Bashara with volleys of
rights and lefts to both the head and body, forcing Tommy to try to hold
during the session. Several rights to the jaw spun Tommy on his heels and
he appeared tired at the end of the round.
Whitman Parker took up where he left off at the start of the tenth and
also won the round by a clear cut margin. He smothered the stubby Norfolk
youngster under a body attack, and a right cross also drew the claret from
best round was the fourth in which he cuffed Lucas a about the head with a
flurry of punches and also got home a number of hard rights to the body.
last two rounds made the fight, as both boys were guilty of holding in the
earlier rounds. Both tied each other's right up in the clinches and
Referee Gus Waldron experienced difficulty in breaking them. Bashara had
the better of the going when they fought "inside" in the early
rounds, but Johnny more than overcame Tommy's advantage in the last two rounds, making Bashara hold when they came to close
of Philadelphia, scored a
technical knockout over, Marty Haley, 139,
of Kensington, in the fifth round
of the scheduled eight-round semi-final bout. Referee Gus Waldron stopped
the bout after Haley went down twice from body blows.
was no match for the clever Serody, who won as he pleased. Serody scored
nine-count knockdowns in the fourth and fifth rounds, before Waldron
stopped the bout after Haley again went down for a count of two.
Haley arose he complained of pains in the left kidney and Waldron halted
Allen, 127, of
Camden, easily outpointed Mike Palmer, 128, of
Philadelphia, in the main preliminary of six rounds.
won every round by wide margins and forced the fight throughout. The
Camden Italian staggered Palmer in the first, fourth, fifth and sixth
rounds, but could not bring him to the mat. Palmer bled from the nose from
the second round on.
he spotted Lou Heinsman, 146,
of Lindenwold, six pounds Terry
McGovern, 138, of
the U.S. Marine Corps, knocked out the Lindenwold mauler in one minute
and 44 seconds of the fourth round of the second fight.
missed a terrific right to the jaw and McGovern crossed his right to the
same spot to flatten Lou for the full count. Heinsman won the first round,
but McGovern carried the second and third.
Davey Taylor, 115 , of Camden, outpunched Mickey Shannon, 114 , also of Camden, in the opening match of six rounds. Taylor won every round, centering his attack on Shannon's body. .
January 18, 1936
Association - Eagles
Camden Courier-Post * July 13, 1936
Joe Walcott - Billy Ketchell - Joey
Allen - Johnny
Toomey - Marty Garaguso - Anthony
Al Roth - Lou Lombardi - Maxie Fisher - Allie Rowan - Red Cochrane - Joey Costa - Harry Carlton
Lou Feldman - Norman Rahn - Joe Duca- Freddy Lewis - Joey Straiges - Billy Mariner - Jimmy Russell Tommy Ricco - Erie Ratner
Camden Courier-Post * July 15, 1936
July 15, 1936
December 18, 1939
|Camden Courier-Post * December 20, 1939|
Kopesky - James
Braddock - Jersey
Joe Walcott - Roxie
Allen - Frankie
Blair - Mickey
Lew Skymer - Battling Mack - Joe Spearing- Frankie Rapp - Johnny Lucas - Joey Straiges - Joey Allen
Sgt. Ray Smith - Tommy Ricco - Al Daley - Jackie Hindle - Eddie Chaney
Caesar Campana - Young O'Connors - Charlie Mack - Pee Wee Ross - Bobby Zimmerman
Buck Flemming - Joe Shannon -Kayo Palmer - Pat Lawrence- Dave Lambert
Young Lawrence - Archie McNew - Lou Jackson - Al White - Young Palmer - Tommy Dundee
Joe Mangold - Joey O'Donnell - Young Joe Firpo
January 8, 1943
|Camden Courier-Post - May 18, 1946|
Ryan - Joey
Allen - Jersey
Joe Walcott - Lee
Oma - Billy
Joe Louis - Jimmy Bivins - Joe Baksi
June 19, 1948
|Camden Courier-Post - November 20, 1948|
- Joey Allen
Georgette - Jersey
Joe Walcott - Eddie Prince
Pedro Firpo - Gene Jones
Mickey Blair - Frankie Blair - Tip Gorman - Frankie Rapp - Roxie Allen - Joey Powell
Bobby Zimmerman - Joey Straiges - Johnny Lucas
|Camden Courier-Post - October 12, 1949|
Joe Walcott -
Dan Florio - Joey Allen
Anthony Georgette - Pedro Firpo
Ezzard Charles - Johnny Denson - Olle Tandberg - Joey Maxim
Joe Louis - Joe Baksi
Association - Frank A. Di Renzo
Michael Argullo - Frank
A. Abbott - John R. DiMona - Joseph P. DeLuca - Anthony
Angelo A. DePersia - Dr. Lawrence Palese - Michael Greenetz - Joseph Greenetz - William Denof Sr.
Louis Bantivoglio - John Bantivoglio - Pat DiSmone - Samuel E. Fulton - Joseph Macciocca
Leonard Garaguso - Joseph Wood - Al Seri
Camden Courier-Post * January 30, 1992
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