John Goodall, Jack Dempsey
and Cherith Graham all beat Sylvia Graham in the only contests decided on the table, after Graham's teammates Dave Graham and Mark Davies both conceded their six singles matches.
Hence the female Jack Dempsey
tag as the 1920s American world heavyweight champion was also a ferocious hitter.
The Ansonia has served as home to many notable people, including, among others, musical immortals Enrico Caruso, Sergei Rachimaninoff, Igor Stravinsky and Arthur Toscanini, and from the world of sports, Babe Ruth and Jack Dempsey
1921: Jack Dempsey
defeated Georges Carpentier in Jersey City in the first boxing match to take more than a million dollars at the gate.
According to Jack Dempsey
, director of radiology at Springhill Medical Center, heart disease is the number one cause of death in Alabama, responsible for more deaths than cancer and stroke combined.
Dave Dempsey, a nonfiction author, and Jack Dempsey
, a lawyer, history advocate, and author, provide a second volume profiling the work of authors linked to Michigan: Ray Stannard Baker, Emma Shore Thornton, Mary Frances Doner, Frances Margaret Fox, Donald Joseph Goines, Ernest Hemingway, James Beardsley Hendryx, Russell Amos Kirk, Della Thompson Lutes, Julia Ann Moore, Edgar Albert Guest, Arnold Mulder, John Tobin Nevill, Constance Maybury Rourke, Allan John Braitwaite Seager, Glendon Swarhout, Harold Titus, and Orlando Bolivar Willcox.
, president of the Michigan Historical Commission, said the honor was bestowed unanimously for Ford's "indefatigable volunteer service and extraordinary financial support to preserving Michigan and American history.
Others who will have their say in the destiny of the title are Steve Green (Crosby High), the beaten finalist to Williams in 1991 together with club-mates Paul Cicchelli and Jack Dempsey
, both of whom have registered wins over Williams this season.
He beat Jack Dempsey
on points to win the title in 1926 and a year later retained it with another points win over Dempsey.
WHEN Jack Dempsey
battered Jess Willard in Toledo, Ohio, in 1919, to become one of the great heavyweight champions of the 20th century, he set a record.
, Gene Tunney, Jim Braddock, Jim Corbett and others all played their part in establishing a tradition that did much to create and reinforce a positive image of the Irish abroad.
Like the great heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey
from a bygone age, Swansea sledgehammer Maccarinelli treats his hands with care.