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MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 1931-32 (From the Montgomery Advertiser)

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 25 August 1931
Promoter: Roy Strickland
(City Auditorium)
• Paul Harper beat Joe Catalina (sub for Jack Washburn) (30:29, 2-0)
• Marshall Blackstock beat Cy Williams (20:15)
• Referee: Kid Lott

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 15 September 1931
Promoter: Roy Strickland
(City Auditorium)
• Jack Washburn beat Scotty Scott (2-1)
• Nick Nestor beat Louis LeChene (15:10)

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 30 September 1931
Promoter: Roy Strickland
(City Auditorium)
• Frank Bronowicz beat Jack Washburn (37:27, 2-1)
• Marshall Blackstock beat Scotty Scott (21:03)
• Referee: Kid Lott

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 6 October 1931
Promoter: Roy Strickland
(City Auditorium)
• Ernie Dusek beat Joe Cox (2-1, 3rd fall UTC)
• Scotty Scott beat Jack Burke (27:00)
• Referee: Kid Lott

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 17 November 1931
Promoter: Sam Siegel
(City Auditorium)
• Ernie Dusek beat Jack Burke
• Frank Speer drew Nazarene Poggi (60:00)

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 1 December 1931
Promoter: Sam Siegel
(City Auditorium)
• Ernie Dusek beat Jack Hollenbeck (44:12, 2-0)
• Blue Sun Jennings beat Scotty Scott (26:25)
• Referee: Kid Lott

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 12 January 1932
Promoter: Sam Siegel
(City Auditorium)
• Ernie Dusek beat Jack Washburn (36:55, 2-1, 3rd fall DQ)
• Marshall Blackstock beat Nick Nestor (18:40)
• Referee: Kid Lott

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 26 January 1932
Promoter: Sam Siegel
(City Auditorium)
• Jack Blackstock beat Rex Smith (16:50, 2-1)
• Nick Nestor beat Kid Lott (sub for Charlie Leahman) (19:54)

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 23 February 1932
Promoter: Sam Siegel
(City Auditorium)
• Blue Sun Jennings beat Lew Plummer (2-1)
• Steve Znoski beat Kid Lott (sub for John Katan)

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 31 May 1932
Promoter: Chris Jordan
(Cramton Bowl)
• Johnny Carlin beat Bobcat Pete (2-1)
• Fritz Crane beat Tom Malloy (17:00, 2-0)
• Joe Gunther beat Henry Patrick (15:00)

Though no promoter was mentioned in the article, this was either
Chris Jordan's first card in Montgomery, or the local American
Legion ran this show with his talent, but without his promoting
assistance as the Montgomery Advertiser reported a paltry $10 gate.
There was no advertising or announcement in the newspaper of this
show, only the results were posted after the fact.  Subsequent shows
were preceded by the usual two or three days of hype and the
occasional ad.

Montgomery, AL; Wednesday, 8 June 1932
Promoter: Chris Jordan
(Cramton Bowl)
Attendance: ~1,000
• Gus Sonnenberg beat Jim Hesslyn (42:00, 2-1)
• Gayle Byrd beat Jack Fields (2-0)
• Referees: Chris Jordan (main event), Max Scholder (preliminary)

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 14 June 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Jack Morgan beat Clete Duval (2-1)
• Mike Reed beat Mike Chacoma (2-1, 3rd fall DQ)

Montgomery, AL; Wednesday, 22 June 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Lon Chaney beat Fred Lassiter (2-1)
• Leo Donoghue beat Benny Wilson (2-1)
• Referee: Andy Jaffe

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 28 June 1932
Local Promoter: Andy Jaffe
(Cramton Bowl)
Attendance: ~2,000
• John Felix beat Leo Donoghue (2-1, 3rd fall UTC)
• Joe Gunther beat Doc Burns (2-1, 3rd fall DQ)
• Freddie Knichel drew Tony Lyle (15:00)
• Referee: Fred Lassiter

Montgomery, AL; Friday, 1 July 1932
Local Promoter: Andy Jaffe
(Cramton Bowl)
• Doc Burns beat Mike Chacoma (32:00, 2-0)
• Freddie Knichel beat Gayle Byrd (2-1)
• Referee: Leo Donoghue

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 4 July 1932
Local Promoter: Andy Jaffe
(Cramton Bowl)
• Scotty Williams beat Buck Lawson (26:00, 2-1)
• Bill Romanoff drew John Felix (60:00, 1-1)
• Referee: Chris Jordan

Montgomery, AL; Tuesday, 12 July 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Freddie Knichel beat Tony Lyle (35:26, 2-1)
• John Felix beat Doc Burns (20:16, 2-1)
• Referees: Harry Nelson, Andy Jaffe

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 18 July 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Bill Romanoff beat Leo Donoghue (39:36, 2-1)
• Scotty Williams drew Joe Gunther (60:00, 1-1)
• Referee: Kid Lott

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 25 July 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Joe Gunther beat Leo Donoghue (~53:00, 2-1)
• Buck lawson beat Ray Allen (32:00, 2-0)
• Referee: Fred Lassiter

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 1 August 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Joe Gunther beat Freddie Knichel (2-1, 3rd fall COR)
• Kid Lott beat Jack Hollenbeck (2-1, 3rd fall DQ)
• Referee: Chris Jordan

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 8 August 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• World Junior Middleweight Champion Blacksmith Pedigo beat Joe Gunther (40:51, 2-1)
• Bulldog Mallory beat Jim Shaeen (2-1)
The show opened with a 4-round boxing match.

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 15 August 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Freddie Knichel beat Dale Haddock (2-1)
• Joe Dillman beat Fred Lassiter (20:00, 2-0)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 22 August 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
Attendance: 1,400
• World Junior Middleweight Champion Blacksmith Pedigo beat Bill Romanoff (42:00, 2-1, 3rd fall DQ)
• Kid Lott drew Joe Dillman (60:00, 1-1)
• Referees: Chris Jordan (main event), Andy Jaffe (preliminary)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 29 August 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Joe Gunther beat Ray Allen (28:00, 2-0)
• Billy Londos drew Freddie Knichel (60:00, 1-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 5 September 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Joe Dillman beat Kid Lott (2-1)
• Freddie Knichel beat Joe Gunther (60:00, 1-0)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 12 September 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• John Felix beat World Junior Middleweight Champion Scotty Williams (25:00, 2-1)
• Joe Kopecky beat Lon Chaney (30:00, 2-0)
• Referee: Fred Lassiter
Williams' title was not in play as Felix was 10 pounds over the middleweight limit.

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 19 September 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Billy Love beat Bob (Speedball) Wolfe (2-1)
• Joe Gunther beat Dale Haddock (31:00, 2-0)
• Referee: Chris Jordan

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 26 September 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Chief Buffalo beat Al Stecher (47:00, 2-1, 3rd fall DQ)
• Roughhouse Hagan beat John Felix (2-1)
• Referees: Al Stecher, Sam Steinsmith

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 3 October 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Ken Hollis beat Joe Dillman (34:16, 2-1)
• World Junior Middleweight Champion Leo Donoghue drew Billy Londos (60:00, 1-1)
• Referee: Ernest Kelly

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 10 October 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• World Middleweight Champion Gus Kallio beat Freddie Knichel (42:00, 2-0)
• Ken Hollis beat Bob Wolfe (23:00, 2-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 17 October 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Waino Ketonen beat Roughhouse Hagan (37:00, 2-0)
• Joe Gunther beat Hugo Pogi (60:00, 1-0)
• Referee: Bob Barry

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 24 October 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Joe Dillman beat Gus Johnson (2-0)
• John Felix drew Leo Donoghue (60:00, 1-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 31 October 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Al Stecher beat Jack Travis (28:00, 2-1)
• Freddie Knichel drew Billy Londos (60:00, 0-0)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 7 November 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Freddie Knichel beat Jack Sherry (sub for Blacksmith Pedigo) (31:00, 2-0)
• Ernest Kelly beat Rex Mobley (47:00, 2-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 14 November 1932
(Cramton Bowl)
• Joe Dillman beat Ernest Kelly (sub for Al Stecher) (2-1)
• Jimmy Dennis (sub for Buck Lawson) beat Hugo Pogi (36:00, 2-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 21 November 1932
(Maxwell Field)
• Mike Meroney beat Dutch Green (35:00, 2-1)
• Joe Gunther drew Jimmy Dennis (60:00, 1-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 28 November 1932
(Maxwell Field)
• Tarzan the Ape Man beat Buck Lawson (23:00, 2-0)
• AL Stecher beat Jimmy DeSalvo (2-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 5 December 1932
(Maxwell Field)
• Tarzan the Ape Man beat Charlie Nichols (32:00, 2-1)
• Freddie Knichel drew Jimmy Demos (60:00, 1-1)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 12 December 1932
(Maxwell Field)
Attendance: >1,000
• Al Stecher beat Joe Dillman (34, 2-1)
• Freddie Knichel beat Joe Gunther (60:00, 1-0)

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 19 December 1932
(Maxwell Field)
• Tarzan the Ape Man beat Dutch Green (58:58, 2-1)
• Billy Londos vs Jimmy Demos (25:00, no contest)
The Londos/Demos match was halted by the promoters for being too boring. These last two appearances of "Tarzan" (George Romanoff) are slightly confusing, as he is referred to as "The Masked Marvel", even though he is said to be the same man from previous weeks, but they down play the "Tarzan" character.

Montgomery, AL; Monday, 26 December 1932
(Maxwell Field)
• Joe Dillman beat Mike Meroney (42:00, 2-0)
• Bobby Samson beat Dale Haddock (27:00, 2-0)

Last edited on Tue Aug 15th, 2017 01:43 am by DaClyde