Sport: Boston Bout

One night last week in Boston, Charles Roswell Donnell, a 6-ft.1-in., 220-lb. policeman, climbed into a ring to referee a wrestling bout between onetime Heavyweight Champions Ed Don George and Jim Browning. Browning won the first fall. In the second round he got a scissors hold on George. Referee Donnell tried to step between the wrestlers to save them from going through the ropes. Browning wrapped his arms around Donnell's neck and the next instant wrestlers and referee plunked down on the cement floor. Donnell landed at the bottom. Spectators untangled them, found...

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